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18-10-2013 Brice's paper on the role of trypanosome motility in the tsetse fly is released online by Cellular Microbiology.
18-10-2013 Sylvie and Thierry won the awards for the best images in transmission and scanning electron microscopy respectively in the competition organised by the Imagopole.
09-09-2013 Arrival of Sarah Schuster from the University of Würzburg (Germany). She will spend 3 months with us working with Brice.
02-09-2013 Diego's viva will take place on Friday 27th September at 2 pm in the auditorium of the Centre François Jacob. The members of the jury will participate to a symposium dedicated to IFT on Thursday 26th afternoon (click here for symposium programme).
31-08-2013 In collaboration with Jakke Van Den Abeele, Brice is editing a special issue of Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology entitled "New insights in the interactions between African trypanosomes and tsetse flies"
19-07-2013 A new record for Brice, Christina, Benjamin, CP and Philippe with over 40 km!
12-07-2013 Benjamin almost blew up the bike in the sprint...
05-07-2013 Our team cycled for 19 km for the 'Pédalons pour Pasteur' charity campaign. Congratulations to Diego, Julien, Benjamin and Philippe who sweated for the Institute! (and we narrowly defeated Paola's team...)
01-07-2013 Arrival of Christina Georgikou who is coming from the University of Crete (Greece) for a 3-month project with CP.
28-06-2013 Thierry is awarded the "Médaille d'honneur du travail"!
13-06-2013 Philippe is awarded the Pasteur Vallery-Radot prize at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. This prize is attributed to two young scientists working at the Institut Pasteur for "major scientific work in biology, chemistry or physics". The other laureate was Carla Saleh. The ceremony took place at the Hotel Tubeuf and was chaired by Jacqueline Sanson (director of BNF) and Philippe Sansonetti (member of the Académie des sciences).
31-05-2013 The new LED system is operational. This type of light source is very efficient in exciting fluorescent proteins and allows the monitoring IFT on a relatively simple epifluorescence microscope.
10-03-2013 Philippe has been nominated as chair of the next European meeting on cilia and flagella that will take place at Institut Pasteur from the 18th to the 21st of November 2014.
28-01-2013 Johanna's paper highlighted by Journal of Cell Science (it was the second highest down-load of October!).
15-11-2012 Sylvain Trépout joins the lab. Sylvain is funded by a collaborative ANR grant between our group and the team of Sergio Marco and Anne-Marie Tassin (Institut Curie, Orsay). He is studying the structure of IFT particles by electron microscopy.
03-10-2012 Diego is awarded an FRM fellowship to complete his PhD on the role of small G proteins in IFT. His viva should take place at the end of September 2013.
01-10-2012 Welcome to Cécile Fort who is starting today her PhD aimed at deciphering the intercations between IFT proteins and flagellar microtubules. She is registered at the Doctoral School iViv.
03-09-2012 Welcome to Benjamin Morga and Julien Santi-Rocca who are both starting today in the lab. They are going to investigate the mechanisms of flagellum formation.
03-08-2012 It was Laetitia's last day. She obtained a lecturer position at the University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris where she will start in September.
06-07-2012 Cécile Fort has been awarded a doctoral fellowship to study the path of intraflagellar transport. Cécile got her Master in Imaging in Rouen and has worked at Institut Cochin and Institut Curie mastering both light and electron microscopy.
06-06-2012 Diego won an award for best talk at the Parasitology and Mycology Departmental Retreat!
14-05-2012 It's a good time for post-docs! Julien Santi-Rocca has just secured an FRM post-doctoral fellowship and will also start in September.
11-05-2012 Benjamin Morga is awarded a Roux post-doctoral fellowship to join our group from September to investigate the molecular motors driving IFT in trypanosomes
27-03-2012 The NUP-1 paper is published by the group of Mark Field in PLoS Biology. Johanna contributed by doing all the FRAP experiments.
30-01-2012 Brice's paper on asymmetric division of trypanosomes in the salivary glands is accepted in Development.
02-11-2011 Welcome to Cher-Pheng Ooi who is joining the lab to study trypanosome development in the tsetse fly. He did his PhD in Liverpool under the supervision of Michale Lehane and is funded by an "Ile-de-France" fellowship.
12-10-2011 Ines got her PhD at the University of Wurzburg where she is now going to work as a post-doctoral fellow.
28-09-2011 Thierry won the best poster award at the Cell Biology Department Meeting in Vichy.