Rebekah awarded doctoral fellowship

Rebekah is awarded a BioSPC doctoral fellowship to pursue her PhD in our lab working on the development and evolution of temporal patterning in the fly visual system. Congratulations Rebekah!

July 7th, 2022|

Course des Héros

Rebekah and Nikos represented the lab in today’s Course des Héros in support of the Fondation de Recherche Médicale

June 19th, 2022|

Welcome Helena!

Helena Lew-Kiedrowska joins the lab for a 2-month summer internship. Helena is Neuroscience and Molecular Engineering double major from the University of Chicago.

June 7th, 2022|

Temporal transcription factor paper published

We publish today in Nature the complete temporal series of transcription factors in the Drosophila medulla neuroblasts. We identify the genetic interactions between the temporal transcription factors (tTFs) that allow the series to progress. We show how the tTFs regulate neuronal identity transcription factors and identify the birth order and temporal window of origin for all  neuronal types. Finally, we describe the very first steps that a neuron takes to differerentiate. Link

April 6th, 2022|

Fly Cell Atlas published today

The Fly Cell Atlas was published today in Science. Our lab has contributed to this effort as part of the Fly Cell Atlas consortium.

March 4th, 2022|

Welcome Rebekah!

Rebekah Rakotonirina-Ricquebourg joins the lab as an M2 from the Magistère Européen de Génétique at the University of Paris. Rebekah did her undergraduate studies at the University of Paris.

January 17th, 2022|

Welcome Elsa!

Elsa Iliopoulou joins the lab as an Ingénieur d’études. Elsa received her M.Sc. in Bioinformatics from the University of Crete where she studied the evolution of non-coding elements in teleost fish.

January 3rd, 2022|
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