During my BTS (Brevet de Technicien Supérieur) I did internships as a technician in three different Institutes: 1) J.F Bach immunology department INSERM U25 at Hôpital necker Enfants Malades, 2) M. Kazatchkine immunology department INSERM U430 at Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou, and 3) A. Kahn Cell Biology department INSERM U567 at Institut Cochin. After my bachelor in 2003 from Ecole de Biologie Industriel, I started to work as a research technician in A. Kahn immunology department INSERM U567 at Institut Cochin. I focused my research on viruses, their receptors, and membrane fusion. In 2004 I joined the Virology department of Institut Pasteur in the unit of Regulation of Retroviral infections lead by the Nobel Laureate Professor F. Barre-Sinoussi. There, under the supervision of Dr. D. Scott-Algara, we studied the interactions between Dendritic cells (DCs) and natural killer (NK) cells during HIV infection. Moreover, under the supervision of Dr. L. Weiss I collaborate on ANRS clinical trial projects. I have now joined The Cecere laboratory at Institut Pasteur in the department of Developmental and Stem Cell Biology, and I am excited to collaborate to research projects that will help to understand the mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance in animals.
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