Former PhD Fellow & ATER
Equipe : Plasticité des phénotypes cellulaires
Justine is a PhD student in Genetics at the University of Paris Diderot. In September 2005, after having obtained her French national high school diploma in Science « with honors », she took up studies in Biology, specializing in Cellular biology, Genetics, Microbiology and Physiology at the University of Rennes 1. In 2008, she obtained her B.Sc « with honors ». Parallel to her studies, she has been a volunteer for Telethon since 2006. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2009-2010 Student position, Paris-Diderot University (France) UMR7216 Epigenetic and Cell Fate Supervisor: Professor Jonathan Weitzman Team: Plasticity of cellular phenotypes Project: Characterization of the Theileria oncogenes: How Theileria causes cancer progression. 2008-2009 Student position, Skirball Institute, New York University (United State) Supervisor: Jessica Treisman Team: Pattern formation in the Drosophila visual system Project: Study of intracellular localization of EGFR and its potenial role in the nucleus in Drosophila melonagaster. 2007-2008 Student position, Rennes University (France) UMR 6061 – Genetics and development (6 weeks) Supervisor: Yann Audic Team: Genetic expression and development Project: Splicing regulation in Xenopus.