Catherine initiated is carreer at the Institut Pasteur in 1988 and she started in 2007 as technician for mosquito production and was interested in the infections with rodent Plasmodium. She join the Ultrastructural BioImaging Core Facility since 2017 and she is currently responsible for the intracellular analyses of biological samples by Scanning and/or transmission electron microscopy. Catherine masters perfectly techniques related to the sample preparation to tha acquisition. She also manages the metrology of the platform. Finally, Catherine handles the management of the activities of her collaborators in the UBI and brings her experience by introducing the users to the ultrastructural analyses.
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Tunnelling Nanotubes (TNTs) characterization by Correlative Light and cryo-Electron Microscopy
Valérie Choumet (PI)
The group of Chiara Zurzolo studies the function, structure and formation of tunneling nanotubes (TNTs) that connect neuronal cells (Gousset et al., 2009; Nat. Cell. Biol. 11:328; Delage et al., 2016; Sci Rep 6: […]