Parisa received her M.Sc. in Cell, Stem Cell and Developmental Biology from Sorbonne University (France), before joining the Jérôme Gros lab, she worked in the Chiara Zurzolo lab at Institut Pasteur’s Department of Cell Biology and Infection, where she worked as a research assistant focusing on the molecular mechanisms underlying the GPI-APs apical sorting in polarized epithelial cells. In Jerome Gros’ lab, she employs live-cell imaging using 2-photon microscopy as well as integrated interdisciplinary approaches to investigate the mechano-biological control of progenitor cell renewal and differentiation during limb cartilage formation.
Mechanisms of GPI-anchored protein apical sorting and plasma membrane organization in polarized epithelial cells.
Mechanisms of GPI-anchored protein apical sorting and plasma membrane organization in polarized epithelial cells. Glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI)-anchored proteins (GPI-APs) are membrane proteins with a range of conserved functions (e.g. enzymes, receptors, adhesion molecules, and surface […]