Bardin

Allison Bardin

Host Institution

Group leader, Research Director (DR2)

Current position

Institut Curie, Paris, France

Allison.bardin@curie.fr

Stem Cells and Tissue Homeostasis

 

Allison Bardin’s team studies regulatory mechanisms controlling adult stem cells. Using genetic and genomic approaches, they aim to:

(1) identify mechanisms regulating stem cell self-renewal, and

(2) determine how aging and environmental insults impact this process through alteration of the stem cell genome.


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Training

• 2003: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA, Angelika Amon’s lab

• 2003-2006: Postdoc, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France. François Schweisguth’s lab

• 2006-2010: 1st permanent position, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France. François Schweisguth’s lab

• 2010: 1st group leader position. Appointed Group Leader at the Institut Curie, Paris, France.

Awards

• Bronze Medal of the CNRS (Best Young Researchers), 2016

• Laureate of the ATIP-Avenir Plus Program, CNRS-Inserm, 2014

• Laureate of the ATIP-Avenir Program, 2011

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