Eloïse is a PhD student . During her bachelor in Montpellier, she did an internship in Catherine Braun-Breton’s team working on host cell remodelling by Plasmodium falciparum. In 2012, she spent two months in Mathieu Picardeau’s lab at Institut Pasteur to study the role of chemotaxis in Spirochetes. After, she took part in the Pasteur Microbiology Course. She joined our lab in December 2013, she is studying the roles of IFT in trypanosome morphogenesis during the parasite cycle and the different mechanisms implicated in flagellum length regulation. Eloïse is moving to the lab of Paul Guichard where she will start her post-doc in February 2019.
2018A Grow-and-Lock Model for the Control of Flagellum Length in Trypanosomes, Curr. Biol. 2018 ;28(23):3802-3814.
2018Bidirectional intraflagellar transport is restricted to two sets of microtubule doublets in the trypanosome flagellum, J. Cell Biol. 2018 Oct;217(12):4284-4297.
2017Flagellar incorporation of proteins follows at least two different routes in trypanosomes, Biol. Cell 2018 110(2):33-47.