After a Licence Pro in Biotechnology (2009) at IUT des Cézeaux (Clermont-Ferrand), Nicolas started his career as a Technician in different fields of environmental research such as influence of microorganisms in cloud water at ICCF Clermont Ferrand (2009-2011), and Honey Bee Health for the European Union Reference Laboratory at Anses Sophia Antipolis (2011-2017) where he contributed to the validation of a new molecular detection and quantification method of bee brood pathogen (Paenibacillus larvae, Melissococcus plutonius). Afterward, he has been involved in NRBC program at CEA Paris Saclay by helping in the improvement of rapid immunochromatographic detection of pathogens (LERI Laboratory 2018-2019). He joined the Epigenomic, proliferation and identity of cells lab in october 2019 as a Technician.
ERC-2017-COG_BinD – Mitotic Bookmarking, Stem Cells and early Development
The goal of this project is to deliver a new theoretical framework to understand how transcription factors (TFs) sustain cell identity during developmental processes. Recognised as key drivers of cell fate acquisition, TFs are […]