Lasse van Wijlick obtained his PhD at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf (Germany) in the unit of Prof. Joachim F. Ernst, working on transcriptional adaptation to host environmental conditions of the important human fungal pathogen Candida albicans. In 2017, Lasse joined the Fungal Biology and Pathogenicity Unit at Institut Pasteur as a Post-doc to continue his work on transcriptional networks in Candida albicans.
Candida albicans colonization of abiotic and biotic surfaces
Biofilms formed by C. albicans on indwelling devices play a major role in the persistence of nosocomial infections, largely because of their elevated tolerance to antifungals. The Fungal Biology and Pathogenicity Unit at Institut […]
Regulation of Candida albicans morphogenesis
The Fungal Biology and Pathogenicity Unit at Institut Pasteur is interested in the regulation of the yeast-to-hypha transition in C. albicans because of its role in biofilm formation and, more generally, in virulence. While […]
2021Overexpression approaches to advance understanding of Candida albicans., Mol Microbiol 2021 Sep; (): .
2021Commensalism instead of sex? Adapting mating to live in the gut., Cell Host Microbe 2021 06; 29(6): 856-858.
2021Regulators of commensal and pathogenic life-styles of an opportunistic fungus-Candida albicans., Yeast 2021 04; 38(4): 243-250.
2020A conserved regulator controls asexual sporulation in the fungal pathogen Candida albicans., Nat Commun 2020 12; 11(1): 6224.
2020Ifu5, a WW domain-containing protein interacts with Efg1 to achieve coordination of normoxic and hypoxic functions to influence pathogenicity traits in Candida albicans., Cell Microbiol 2020 02; 22(2): e13140.
2018Systematic gene overexpression in Candida albicans identifies a regulator of early adaptation to the mammalian gut., Cell Microbiol 2018 Nov; 20(11): e12890.