Born in 1978 in Bolivia, I have followed my basic education in my country until 1997, year in which I have been awarded a scholarship from the “Simon I. Patiño” Foundation to perform my undergraduate studies at the university of Geneva-Switzerland. In 2003 I have obtained a master's degree in Biochemistry from this university; then I have joined the IMP/Vienna Biocenter international Ph.D. program in Austria where I have been trained in meiotic recombination in the laboratory of Dr. Franz Klein (Max F. Perutz Laboratories)...read more
Marco Antonio Mendoza Parra; PhD / HDR Chargé de recherche; CNRS
Bruno Colombo has obtained his Ph.D. degree at the University Denis Diderot (Paris VII) in 2001 and since 2005 he is a professor at the University Evry-Val d'Essonne (UEVE; head of the Dept of Biology).
As a 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.
Bruno Colombo; PhD
Professor University d'Evry-Val d'Essonne (UEVE)
Elodie Mathieux; PhD
Elodie Mathieux performed her undergraduate (bachelor in cell and animal physiology; 2008) and a Master training (biotechnology and therapeutic research; 2010) at the University of Nantes. In 2013 she obtained a Ph.D. in Neuroimmunology as part of the Medical School, Nantes County Hospital. In 2014, Elodie joined the Connecticut Health Center (Farmington, CT, USA) as postdoctoral fellow. As a member of SysFate, Elodie Mathieux drives the implementation of human 3D brain organoid cultures issued from human induced pluripotent cells (iPSCs).
Julien Moehlin performed his undergraduate studies at the university of Strasbourg where he obtained a master's degree in bioinformatics in 2016. As a 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.