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Konstantinides Lab

Our goal is to understand how the impressive diversity of neurons that can be found in the animal brain develops during the hours, days, or weeks of embryonic development and how it has evolved over the millions of years of evolution.

We are located at the Institut Jacques Monod in Paris and we are part of a vibrant research community centered around Paris Diderot University (Paris 7).


Latest News

Welcome Isabel!

Isabel Holguera joins the lab as a Marie-Curie fellow. Isabel did her post-doc in the lab of Claude Desplan at NYU studying how temporal patterning regulates connectivity.

May 2nd, 2024|

Rebekah’s review was published today in Médecine/Sciences

In it, we discuss recent advances in understanding the mechanism of temporal patterning and its role in the development and evolution of neuronal diversity. pdf

March 22nd, 2024|

Marianne’s paper is published in Nature Communications

Marianne’s paper from her previous lab shows that JAK-STAT signaling defines a certain number of posterior anchoring cells in the Drosophila follicular epithelium that are required to establish proper anterior-posterior polarity and are necessary for the development of the future germline. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-024-45963-z

February 22nd, 2024|
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