André Eid: Lebanese
André did his undergraduate studies in the University of Aix-Marseille and the University of Strasbourg. He obtained his Master 1 degree in the group of Oliver Pourquié at the IGBMC on the analysis of gene expression during somite formation. Andre joined the lab in September 2011 for his Master 2 and started his Ph.D in october 2012. Andre holds a scholarship from the Ministry for Research, Education and Technology.
Research interest: Epigenetic basis of cell fate and potency.
Takashi Ishiuchi: Japanese
Post doctoral fellow.
Takashi obtained his Ph.D in 2011 from Kyoto University working under the supervision of Masatoshi Takeichi at the Riken Center for Developmental Biology. His Ph.D studies focused on understanding the morphology and adhesion of epithelial cells and the role of Willin in establishing cell polarity.
Takashi joined the lab in April 2012 and holds a post-doctoral fellowship from HFSP and the Uehara foundation.
Research interest: Epigenetic dynamics during mouse preimplantation development
Joanna Jachowicz: Polish
Joanna did her undergraduate studies in the Department of Embryology, Warsaw University. She holds a major degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Molecular Biology. Joanna did her experimental Master’s work with Ewa Borsuk in the Faculty of Biology of Warsaw University, where she studied the presence and function of Cdc6 in meiotic maturation in mouse oocytes. She joined the lab in october 2012.
Research interest: Mechanisms and dynamics of heterochromatin during mouse preimplantation development.
Julien Pontabry: French
Post doctoral fellow.
Julien did his Master in Computer Science and Imaging at the University of Strasbourg and his Ph.D in Image, Sciences and Information Technologies at the ICube laboratory, where he focused in the 3D analysis of foetal brain by constructing a probabilistic atlas based on IRM and generating 3D models. Juien joined the lab in September 2013.
Research interest: Julien is working to develop and implement methods of image analysis to understand the epigenetic mechanisms regulating early mammalian development.
Diego Rodriguez-Terrones: Mexican
Diego is an undergraduate student from the Programme in Genomic Sciences from the Centre for Genomic Sciences of the National University of Mexico. Diego joined the lab in September 2014.
Research interest: Modelling of cellular fate states.
Céline Ziegler-Birling: French
Celine assists the lab with transgenesis, genotyping, embryo manipulation, molecular biology amongst others and participates in various research projects in the lab.
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