Doctorant (Ph.D student), BioSPC. Working on influenza A virus
Trafficking and assembly of influenza virus genomic RNAs
A collaboration with the electron microscopy expert Cristina Risco (CSIC, Madrid) led us to propose a model in which the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) plays an essential role in the trafficking of newly synthesized viral […]
After a bachelor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Université de Corse, I joined the Paris Diderot University (Paris VII) to do a Master of infectiology (IMVI). The first year of the Master was general infectiology with Microbiology, Virology and Immunology. The second year was a specialisation in fundamental virology, with general and specific lectures on viruses, practical courses and seminars. The Master is in colaboration with the Pasteur Institute. In November 2016 I joined, under the direction of Dr Munier, the laboratory of Pr van der Werf in the team of Dr Naffakh. I was working on the development of a system of quantification of co-infection events for influenza A viruses. After BioSPC’s competitive exam in June 2017, I joined the lab as a PhD student under the direction of Dr. Munier. I’m currently working on viral and cellular factors affecting influenza A co-infection frequency.