Nika is a prokaryotic cell biologist. She arrived with a post-doctoral fellow funded by ANR ArchEvol. She was then awarded the presigious Roux fellowship of the Institut Pasteur. Her project focuses on the characterization and evolution of the cell wall in archaeal methanogens.
FRM- Human-associated archaea: evolution, adaptation, interactions
The Archaea are largely known as microorganisms thriving in extreme environments, but are in fact ubiquitouly found in nature. Importantly, archaeal methanogens are also stable members of the human gastrointestinal tract (GIT), where they […]