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Experiences

Past Experience

  • Post doctoral researcher at KU Leuven Belgium
    May 2016 --- October 2016

  • Post doctoral researcher
    November 2014 --- November 2015

  • Associate Researcher
    September 2013 --- August 2014
    I was working on two projects related to Huntington disease. One has for aim the replacement of the mutant HTT transcript by a corrected transcript using trans-splicing. And the second is to develop a method to generate transgenic cells carrying the full human mutant huntingtin gene (HD) using homologous recombination. Our aim is to generate a germline-transmissible non-human model of HD using recently developed tools (TALEN, CRISPR).

  • Associate Researcher
    March 2012 --- February 2013
    My project was to develop a mouse model of Asxl1-related leukemia. In parallel, lethally irradiated mice were injected through tail-vain with transgenic ES cells expressing a mutated Asxl1 gene expected to generate a truncated protein: following a procedure well established in the lab, the injected mice would then recover bone marrow cells (including their immune system and haematopoietic system) expressing the transgenic cells for further monitoring and analyses.

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
    March 2010 --- February 2012

Knowledge

LinkedIn Assessment :
Cell biologyqPCRAnimal ModelsCell Culturemolecular biologyMolecular CloningWestern BlottingRT-PCREpigeneticsIn Vivo

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Epigenetic mechanisms from The University of Birmingham in 2010
  • DES (Diplome d’Etudes Supérieures) Sciences of Life in Epigenetics from Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) in 2006
  • Master's degree in from Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines in 2005

Training and Certification

  • PhD in 2010 Certification

Languages

BrightOwl Assessment:
Self Assessment:
French
Native
English
Full Proficiency
Swedish
Elementary Proficiency
Spanish
Elementary Proficiency

Area / Region

Heverlee, Belgium

Others

Driving License
  • Yes