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© Thierry Blisnick & Philippe Bastin, Institut Pasteur
Bloodstream Trypanosoma brucei cell
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Johanna Buisson

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Johanna first joined the lab in 2003 when we were still at the Museum for a short-term project during her “magistère” in biochemistry (Paris VI). She studied the role of motility in bloodstream trypanosomes and obtained compelling data showing the importance of movement for cell division. She then went to Lyon to the Institut technique de réadaptation (University Claude Bernard) to obtain a Diplôme d’Audioprothésiste (2003-2006) before coming back to research in 2006 for a master in cellular and molecular biology. She started her PhD in September 2007 and set up new approaches to quantify intraflagellar transport in trypanosomes, in collaboration with the Imagopole Platform and with the group of J.C. Olivo-Marin. She used tricky live imaging approaches to reveal the dynamics of IFT proteins at both flagellum bases and tips, as well as during trafficking along axoneme microtubules. Because of her expertise in morphogenesis and the inner ear, she also investigated the dynamics of the basal body of the kinocilium during mouse development, in collaboration with the group of Christine Petit. Johanna was affiliated to the IViV doctoral school and funded by fellowships from the French Ministry of Research, from the FRM and from the Pasteur-Weizmann foundation. She was awarded her PhD on 9th September 2011 and is now working as audioprothesist.

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