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- Master of Sciences: IMVI (Infectious Microbiology, Virology and Immunology) specialized in Environnemental and medical mycology, 2016 University Paris Diderot (Paris 7) France
- Bachelor: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology , 2014 University Paris Diderot (Paris 7) France
- Technical degree: Biotechnology , 2013 ENCPB Paris France.
More recent to oldest:
- Functional analysis of a genomic region potentially implicated in cheese medium adaptation and recearch of structural variations implicated in cheese medium adaptation in Penicillium roqueforti (Laboratory Ecologie, Systematique et Evolution, Team: Génétique et Ecologie Evolutive)
- Functional analysis of a gene potentially implicated in vegetal biomasse degradation in Podospora anserina (Laboratoire des énergies de demain, team: Génétique et Epi-génétique des Champignons)
- Construction of a new shuttle plasmid for Candida albicans and Knock-Out of genes for transcriptional analysis in C. albicans, Pasteur Institut team: Fungal Biology and pathogenicity.
- Caracterization of proteic profil of bacterial sttrains by SDS-PAGE, SANOFI-AVENTIS
- Overexpression and purification of two mutants of the Integrase of Vibrio cholerae, Pasteur Institut team: Bacterial Genome Plasticity.
- random mutagenesis and enrichment cycles of the integrase of Vibrio cholerae, Pasteur Institut team: Bacterial Genome Plasticity.
In the lab of forest Pathology directed by Louis Bernier, I am comparing the two agents responsible of dutch elm disease. It is estimated this disease killed arround one billion elms in 100 years. The pandemic began in France in 1917 and was cause by the first specie, Ophiostoma ulmi. It scattered in all Europe very rapidly. This fungi arrived in North America in 30s, while in Europ, the severity of this pandemic was decreasing. In 40s, a new specie, more virulent, appaered simultaneously in Europe and North America, Ophiostoma novo-ulmi. The second specie completly replaced the first one certainsly because it is more virulent and maybe more fit.