PEOPLE

Principal Investigator

Marco Antonio Mendoza Parra

Chargé de recherche (CRCN) CNRS

Marco Antonio Mendoza performed his undergraduate studies at the University of Geneva where he obtained a bachelor degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry in 2001. In 2003 he got a Master degree in Biochemistry at the same university; then moved to Austria as part of the International IMP-Vienna Biocenter PhD program. In 2008 he got a PhD in Molecular Biology; then joined the IGBMC in Strasbourg as postdoctoral fellow. In 2013 he was recruited by CNRS (CR2) as permanent scientist.

Elodie Mathieux

Postdoctoral fellow

Elodie Mathieux performed her undergraduate studies at the university of Nantes where she obtained a bachelor in cell biology and animal physiology in 2008 and a Master of Sciences (biotechnology and therapeutic research) in 2010. In 2013 she obtained a PhD in Neuroimmmunology from the same university, as part of the Medical School, Nantes County Hospital.

In 2014, Elodie joined the laboratory of Pr. Marc Lalande in Connecticut Health Center (Farmington, CT, USA) to study the molecular pathways implicated in Prader-Willi Syndrome.

As member of SysFate, Elodie Mathieux drives the implementation of human 3D brain organoid cultures issued from human induced pluripotent cells (iPSCs).

Julien Moehlin

Bioinformatician

Julien Moehlin performed his undergraduate studies at the university of Strasbourg where he obtained a master degree in bioinformatics in 2016.

As member of SysFate, Julien drives the implementation and maintenance of the qcGenomics database, as well as the bioinformatics developments required for the analysis of cell fate decisions implicated on 4D-brain organoid tissue cultures.

Julien Moehlin performed his undergraduate studies at the university of Strasbourg where he obtained a master degree in bioinformatics in 2016.

As member of SysFate, Julien drives the implementation and maintenance of the qcGenomics database, as well as the bioinformatics developments required for the analysis of cell fate decisions implicated on 4D-brain organoid tissue cultures.

Bruno Colombo

Professor University d'Evry-Val d'Essonne (UEVE)

Bruno Colombo has obtained his PhD degree at the University Denis Diderot (Paris VII) in 2001 and since 2005 he is professor at the University Evry-Val d'Essonne (UEVE; head of the Dept of Biology).

As member of SysFate, Bruno Colombo complements the expertise of the team with his strong background in immunology, which is currently applied to the setup of microglia cell differentiation from human induced pluripotent stem cells.

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