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Discipline: Biology
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Currently postdoc at I-Stem (Institute for Stem cell Therapy and Exploration of monogenic diseases, Genopole, Evry, France), I am currently working on the Duchenne muscular dystrophy with the use of human induced pluripotent stem cells.

I did my PhD at the University of Liverpool, UK. I was working on human embryonic stem cells with a systems biology approach. I really enjoyed this interdisciplinary project mixing biology, informatics and mathematics.


Postdoctoral researcher Since March 2015

I-Stem (Evry FR)

Team leader: Dr Christian Pinset - Research subject: Identification of modifiers of the dystrophin gene expression to restore functional proteins using high-throughput technologies on cell progenies derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells - Keywords: DMD, dystrophin, iPSC

PhD student October 2010 - September 2014

University of Liverpool (Liverpool GB)

A 4 year PhD supervised by Prof. David G. Fernig, Dr Patricia A. Murray and Prof. Chrsitopher M. Sanderson - Research subject: Use of a Systems Biology approach to define 'stemness' in human embryonic stem cells - Keywords: hESC, pluripotency, differentiation, transcriptome, interactome, RT-qPCR, shRNA, lentivirus, immunofluorescence, Western Blot

Research assistant February 2010 - July 2010

UMR CNRS 5164 CIRID (Bordeaux FR)

A 6 month work placement in research laboratory managed by Jean-François MOREAU (Supervisor: Dr Hélène BOEUF) - Research subject: LIF cytokine study in mouse embryonic stem cells model - Keywords: LIF, mESC, pluripotency, differentiation, transcriptome, Lifind genes, RT-qPCR, siRNA, proteome, iTRAQTM, MS

Research assistant May 2009 - July 2009

Shimane University (Matsue JP)

A 3 month work placement in research laboratory managed by Yokota KAZUSHIGE (Supervisor: Prof. Mitsuo JISAKA) - Research subject: Cloning and characterization of new moss lipoxygenases - Key-words : moss lipogygenases, cloning, PCR, sequencing

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