Allison Bardin

Host Institution

Group leader, DR1, CNRS

Current position

Institut Curie, Paris, France

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 lineage specification,

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

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• 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.


• 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