Milena Hasan earned her Ph.D. from the University of Zagreb, Croatia, for her work on mechanisms employed by MCMV to evade NK cell surveillance. During her Ph.D. training, she worked in the group of Prof. Stipan Jonjic at the University of Rijeka, Croatia. Dr Hasan joined the Institut Pasteur, Paris for her post-doctoral training in Prof. James Di Santo’s team, to assess the role of different transcriptional factors in murine NK cell development. With the creation of the Center for Human Immunology (CIH) at the Institut Pasteur by Prof. Matthew Albert and Dr Lars Rogge in 2007, Dr Hasan’s focus of interest moved towards human immunology, translational medicine and innovative technologies for biomedical research. She served the CIH first by establishing and leading its technology platform, and then by directing the CIH. At the creation of the Center for Translational Science (CRT) in 2014, she has initiated the Technology Core of the CRT (Cytometry and Biomarkers UTechS) and has been leading it since. Very motivated for teaching, Dr Hasan has established and is directing a yearly practical course for M2 students enrolled in the “Advanced Immunology Course”. She has been strongly involved in the LabEx project “Milieu Interieur” since its initiation, and is a member of the project’s consortium and its core team.
10th HKU-Pasteur Immunology Course: December 2-15, 2018
‘Quantitative Immunology’ will be the theme of the 10th anniversary of the HKU-Pasteur Immunology Course. We will explore the ongoing transition from reductionist studies, based on the application of genetic approaches in animal models, […]
Deciphering dormancy in Cryptocococcus neoformans
Cryptococcus neoformans is a sugar-coated yeast that is able to interact closely with numerous organisms in the environment including amebae, paramecium of nematodes. The interaction with these organisms probably shaped its virulence. The ability […]
intuitive web-based applications for quickly analyzing and accurately interpreting the biological meaning in real-time PCR, sequencing or microarray data.
software developed for the analysis of ImageStreamX data; it evaluates over 35 features for each image and over 200 features per cell and integrates population statistics and imagery – every dot on a scatter […]
2018Natural variation in the parameters of innate immune cells is preferentially driven by genetic factors, Nat. Immunol. 2018 Mar;19(3):302-314.
2017Distinctive roles of age, sex, and genetics in shaping transcriptional variation of human immune responses to microbial challenges, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2018 Jan;115(3):E488-E497.
2017Single-cell gene expression using multiplex RT-qPCR to characterize heterogeneity of rare lymphoid populations, J. Vis. Exp. JoVE 2017 Jan 19; (119).
2016Standardized Whole-Blood Transcriptional Profiling Enables the Deconvolution of Complex Induced Immune Responses, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2016.08.011 show.
2015Automated flow cytometric analysis across large numbers of samples and cell types, Clin. Immunol. 2015 Apr;157(2):249-60.
2015Semi-automated and standardized cytometric procedures for multi-panel and multi-parametric whole blood immunophenotyping, Clin. Immunol. 2015 Apr;157(2):261-76.
2014Functional analysis via standardized whole-blood stimulation systems defines the boundaries of a healthy immune response to complex stimuli, Immunity 2014 Mar;40(3):436-50.
2013GATA-3 promotes T-cell specification by repressing B-cell potential in pro-T cells in mice, Blood 2013 Mar;121(10):1749-59.
2011Tissue tropism and target cells of NSs-deleted rift valley fever virus in live immunodeficient mice, PLoS Negl Trop Dis 2011 Dec;5(12):e1421.
2011Simultaneous assessment of autophagy and apoptosis using multispectral imaging cytometry, Autophagy 2011 Sep;7(9):1045-51.
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