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Macrophages et lymphocytes de souris. Image colorisée.
Member: Undergraduate Student - Alumni

Amélie Grosjean

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FORMATION :   2018 : Master 2, Advanced Immunology  Institut Pasteur/ Sorbonne Université Paris (75) 2017 : Master 1, Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire  Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris Unités d’enseignement choisies :

  • Interface système immunitaire / microorganismes
  • Communication et signalisation cellulaire
  • Immunologie fondamentale et intégrée
  • Métabolisme moléculaire et cellulaire
  • Introduction à la biologie des cellules souches

2014 – 2017 : Licence Science de la vie, spécialité biochimie, biologie cellulaire et physiologie. Mention bien. – UFR Sciences et techniques – Besançon Juin 2014: Baccalauréat scientifique. Mention bien. Lycée Lumière – Luxueil les Bains   EXPERIENCES PROFESSIONNELLES : Avril 2017 : Stage de découverte et d’observation au laboratoire de recherche INSERM UMR 1098. Groupe de recherche Modulation des réponses Immunes. Laboratoire INSERM – EFS, Besançon (25) Compétences développées :

  • Initiation et réalisation de culture cellulaire.
  • Initiation et réalisation de tests de prolifération cellulaire par cytométrie en flux.
  • Initiation et réalisation de tri cellulaire, de microscopie à fluorescence.
  • Suivi d’un modèle murin exprimant un modèle de sclérose en plaque.
  • Compréhension des principaux mécanismes d’action du produit pro-résolutif de l’inflammation sur la maladie de Crohn, ainsi que la sclérose en plaque