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Alain Chédotal

Alain Chédotal is interested in deciphering how one hand migrating neurons and on the other hand neuron extensions to establish connections between one another (axons) are guided in the developing brain. He is also working with his team on new technologies allowing the visualization of developing neurons. Their research should...

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Yohanns Bellaïche

Yohanns Bellaïche aims at understanding how cell fate diversity is generated during development and how organs acquire their shape. Using the Drosophila fruit fly model, his interdisciplinary group develops and uses complementary approaches including multi-scale confocal microscopy, physical measurements and opto-genetics to probe both the physical and genetics regulations that...

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Arnaud Echard

Arnaud Echard is interested in the role of membrane trafficking in lipid and cytoskeleton remodeling at each step of animal cell division....

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Bénédicte Delaval

Bénédicte Delaval is interested in understanding the cellular mechanisms controlling cell division and how the disruption of these cellular processes influences the initiation and progression of pathologies such as cystic kidney disease and cancer. More precisely, she and her group are combining cell biology and biochemical approaches in cultured cells...

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Rafal Ciosk

Rafal Ciosk's research focuses on understanding the mechanisms involved in cell fate commitment and reprogramming, universal biological processes. He is using a combination of molecular, biochemical and genomic approaches in the experimental model C. elegans to decipher the molecular regulation of pluripotency in germ cells, which involves mechanisms of mRNA...

Laure Bally-Cuif
Laure Bally-Cuif

Neural stem cells (NSCs) are at the origin of the neurons and glia generated in the adult vertebrate brain. The success of NSC maintenance and mobilization varies widely among species, brain territories, pathological conditions and individual environment, with important physiological impacts. Laure Bally and her team are using the zebrafish model...

Sophie Jarriault
Sophie Jarriault

How differentiated cells can change their identity is a fascinating question in biology and has implications for the development of regenerative medicine strategies. Numerous examples of cellular plasticity in physiological, experimental and pathological settings exist, but precisely how a differentiated cell can change its identity remains unknown. Sophie Jarriault tackle this...