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PEOPLE

 

Principal Investigator

Principal Investigator

Research Assistant

Research Assistant

PhD student (Aix Marseille Univ)

MAXIME POINSOT

Master student (ENSAM & Paris Sorbonne Univ)

PhD and Master students

PAST MEMBERS

EVE MOUTAUX

PhD student (2016-2020)

Eve combined microfluidic devices and high-resolution spinning-disk videomicroscopy to investigate how intracellular dynamics translate neuronal activity into axon remodeling.

RACHEL KURIAN

Assistant engineer (2018-2020)

Rachel investigated how BDNF, the most abundant neurotrophic factor of the adult brain, shapes neuronal networks after early life stress.

JULIE ANNE RODIER

PhD student (2015-2018)

Julie Anne studied how BDNF post-translational modifications regulate individual susceptibility to stress and depression. Julie Anne is now Postdoc at Princeton university

JULIEN HURTAUD

Master 2 student (2018)

Julien participated to the development of an optoelectrical device to promote axon growth and collateralization after brain damage. Julien is now a PhD student at CEA

RACHEL KURIAN

Master 2 student (2018)

Rachel assisted Julie Anne on the BDNF and stress project. Rachel is now Assistant engineer in the team

CLEMENTINE FULBERT

Master 2 student (2018)

Rachel assisted Julie Anne on the BDNF and stress project. Rachel is now Assistant engineer in the team

LAURA CLAUZIER

Assist engineer (2016-2018)

Laura worked on the development of TrkB positive allosteric modulators in collaboration with the lab of Didier Rognan (Strasbourg univ) and SATT Conectus. Laura is now engineer at CEA

THEO ASPERT

Master 1 student (2016)

Theo created a huge data-set of vesicular kinetics to develop a mathematical model of axonal transport in collaboration with Raphael Voituriez (Paris-Sorbonne univ). Theo is now a PhD student at Strasbourg university

EVE MOUTAUX

Master 2 student (2016)

Eve developed new microfluidic devices in collaboration with Benoit Charlot (IES, Montpellier univ) to study how neuronal activity regulates vesicular trafficking during axon branching. Eve pursued this work with a PhD in the team

MARIYA NIKILOVA

Master 2 student (2015)

Mariya studied how axonal transport of secretory vesicles evolves during neuronal network development and maturation

AURELIE GENOUX

Assist engineer (2013-2015)

Aurelie characterized dozens of microfluidic devices in collaboration with Benoit Charlot (IES, Montpellier univ), that set the basis of the current projects. Aurelie is now a tenured INSERM engineer at Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience

 
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OUR COLLABORATORS

 

NATIONAL



iES, Montpellier Univ, France

Design and fabrication of microfluidics and microelectrode arrays (brain-on-a-chip)

INMED, Aix Marseille Univ, France

Motor learning, 2-photon calcium imaging and EPhys

DIDIER ROGNAN

LIT, Strasbourg Univ, France

Drug design and synthesis

INP, Aix-Marseille Univ, France

Axon cytoskeleton dynamics

RAPHAEL VOITURIEZ

Paris Sorbonne Univ, France

Mathematical modeling of axon dynamics

JACQUES BARIK

IPMC, Nice Univ, France

BDNF, stress and depression




INTERNATIONAL



CHRISTOPH KELLENDONK

Columbia Univ, New York, NY, USA

Basal ganglia circuits and mouse models

Univ of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA

Network anatomy, tracing and  3D reconstruction

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