Guillaume Frasca is an alumni of the ESPCI school in Paris and holds a master degree in Physics & Biological Systems from Université Paris Diderot. He obtained his PhD in biophysics at Université Paris Diderot. After a first experience as a science journalist for various publications, he joined the Fondation ARC where he was in charge of the Evaluation and Scientific Promotion team. He supervised the development of scientific networks and promoted results from grantees. He later joined France Alzheimer, where he supervised their scientific programmes, from clinical trials to social sciences programmes. In 2021, he joins the Institut Pasteur as deparment manager. He is working with the deparments of Immunology, Cel Biology & Infection and Developmental & Stem Cell Biology.
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2014Magnetically shaped cell aggregates: from granular to contractile materials., Soft Matter 2014 Jul; 10(28): 5045-54.
2013Use of magnetic forces to promote stem cell aggregation during differentiation, and cartilage tissue modeling., Adv Mater 2013 May; 25(18): 2611-6.
2010High-resolution 1.5-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging for tissue-engineered constructs: a noninvasive tool to assess three-dimensional scaffold architecture and cell seeding., Tissue Eng Part C Methods 2010 Apr; 16(2): 185-200.
2010Magnetic micro-manipulations to probe the local physical properties of porous scaffolds and to confine stem cells., Biomaterials 2010 Mar; 31(7): 1586-95.
2009Formation of a three-dimensional multicellular assembly using magnetic patterning., Langmuir 2009 Feb; 25(4): 2348-54.
2008Linear patterning of magnetically labeled Dictyostelium cells to display confined development., J Phys Condens Matter 2008 May; 20(20): 204149.