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ac150.jpgAndrea Cimarelli obtained his PhD at the University of Pavia, Italy, in 1996. He then performed his postdoctoral training at Columbia University, New York, in the laboratory of Dr. J. Luban, where he studied the mechanism underlaying the assembly of virion particles of HIV. In 2000 he joined the laboratory of Dr. J.L. Darlix at the Virology Unit of INSERM at the Ecole Normale Superièure de Lyon. From 2005 he directs a group of research focused on the study of human lentiviruses in the Unit of Human Virology, INSERM U758, at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon.


Contact: acimarel@ens-lyon.fr  Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8696

 

 

 

st cor.jpgStéphanie Cordeil is presently performing her PhD thesis. Her two research projects are focused on the characterization of novel functions of the HIV-1 Vpr protein in immune responses and on the interplay between plasmacytoid DCs and other cell types during HIV-1 replication

 

 

Contact: stephanie.cordeil@ens-lyon.fr Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8816

 

 

  

xn.jpgXuan-Nhi Nguyen is an Ingenieur d'etude in our laboratory. Her present efforts are focused on the purification of the Vpx protein for NMR studies, as well as on the study of different aspects linked to the functions of Vpx during the early phases of infection of myeloid cells.

 

 

Contact: xuan-nhi.nguyen@ens-lyon.fr Phone: (33) 04-7272-8623

 

 

 

sd11.jpgStéphanie Durand obtained her PhD in 2008 at the Faculty of Medicine of the Edouard-Herriot Hospital in Lyon and she is now a Post doctoral fellow of Sidaction. She is interested in studying genome wide changes induced in target cells during HIV replication and she is involved in the characterization of the restriction factor counteracted by the HIV-2/SIVSM Vpx protein.

 

 Contact: stephanie.durand11@ens-lyon.fr Phone: (33) 04-7272-8816

 

 

 

 

Kevkevin good size.jpgin Tartour is currently performing his PhD thesis in the laboratory. The present subject of his studies is the identification of novel antiviral restriction effectors in primary macrophages and lymphocytes.

 

 

 

 

 Contact: kevin.tartour@ens-lyon.fr Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8623 

 

 

 

 

fanny to enter.jpgFanny Bourguillault is an EPHE Master student that just recently joined our laboratory.

 

 

 

 

 Contact: fanny.bourguillault@ens-lyon.fr Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8623

 

 

 

 

michelle.jpgMichelle Ainouze is a permanent INSERM technician that recently joined the laboratory.

 

 

 

 

 Contact: michelle.ainouze@ens-lyon.fr Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8623

 

 

  

unknown to go.jpgNannan Wu is currently performing his PhD in our laboratory in the frame of an exchange program between the ENS-L and the ECNU in Shanghai, Cina

 

 

Contact: nannan.wu@ens-lyon.fr. Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8623

 

 

 

 

unknown to go.jpgVéronique Barateau has recently joined our team. She is a permanent INSERM technician.

 

 

 

Contact: veronique.barateau@ens-lyon.fr. Phone: (+33) 04-7272-8696

 

 

 

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Past Members

Caroline Goujon, PhD, obtained in 2007. Presently post doc at the King’s College London School of Medicine, London, UK. E-mail: caroline.goujon@kcl.ac.uk

Vanessa Arfi, PhD, obtained in 2008. Presently post doc at the Centre Léon Bérard, Lyon, France. E-mail: ARFI@lyon.fnclcc.fr

Lise Rivière, PhD, obtained in 2009. Presently post doc at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, France. E-mail: lise.riviere@pasteur.fr

Grégory Berger, PhD obtained in 2011. Presently post doc at the King’s College London School of Medicine, London, UK. E-mail: gregory.berger@kcl.ac.uk

 

 

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