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leonore Aeschimann
valentin Dunsing
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valentin Dunsing
victoria Dupuis
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victoria Dupuis
alice Gros
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alice Gros
simon Gsell
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simon Gsell
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Katia Barrett
Claire Chardes
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Claire Chardes

Technical staff

Claire Chardès joined the team in 2009. Claire graduated in 2004 from the engineer school ENSPM (‘Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Marseille). Her project focuses on light sheet microscopy (SPIM and DSLM). She also participates in other projects in optics, image processing and image analysis.

Raphael Clement
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Raphael Clement

Researcher

Raphaël is interested in the physical aspects of shape generation during embryonic developement. He joined the team in 2015 as a research scientist (Chargé de Recherche CNRS), after completing his PhD in Paris (Matière et Systèmes Complexes, Paris Diderot) and a postdoctoral fellowship in Nice (J.A. Dieudonné, Nice Sophia-Antipolis).

Pierre-françois Lenne
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Pierre-françois Lenne

Researcher

Pierre-François studied physics at the University of Paris and Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris, France, before completing his PhD in soft matter physics at the University of Grenoble, France. After postdoctoral research in the cell biology and biophysics unit of EMBL (Heidelberg, Germany), he joined the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) as a Chargé de Recherche (research scientist) in the Fresnel Institute of Marseille. Group leader at the Institute for Developmental Biology of Marseilles-Luminy (IBDM) and CNRS research director since 2009, his current research focuses on cell dynamics and mechanics in the context of tissue morphogenesis.

Kenji Nishizawa
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Kenji Nishizawa
Pierre Recouvreux
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Pierre Recouvreux

University lecturer

Pierre joined the lab in September 2013 as a University lecturer. He studied physics at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France) before focusing his research on the physics of biological systems. Pierre completed his PhD at the Institut Curie (Paris, France) working on the mechanical properties of single chromatin fibers using magnetic tweezers (under the supervision of J-L. Viovy). In 2010, he joined the group of Marileen Dogterom (AMOLF Insitute, Amsterdam) as a postdoctoral researcher. He worked on the microtubule-based establishment of polarization in fission yeast cells. In the group Pierre is now working on the physical aspects of neurulation in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos, in collaboration with the group of Vincent Bertrand at the IBDM.

Sham Tlili
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Sham Tlili