Alumni & Teaching

Alumni

  • Perrine VERDYS: PhD (2023)
  • Zoï VALHAS: postdoctoral fellow, currently at Evotec (Toulouse, France)
  • Rémi MASCARAU: PhD (2022)
  • Isabelle MARIDONNEAU-PARINI: Principal Investigator, currently retired (France)
  • Natacha ESCALLIER: Research Assistant
  • Margot TERTRAIS: Postdoctoral fellow, currently at STROMALab (Toulouse, France)
  • Frédéric LAGARRIGUE: postdoctoral fellow, currently Atip-Avenir team leader at IPBS (Toulouse, France)
  • Solène ACCARIAS: Postdoctoral fellow
  • Myriam BENNEJI: Research Assistant, currently at IPBS (Toulouse, France)
  • Marion PORTES: PhD student (2019)
  • Maéva DUPONT: PhD student (2019), currently a postdoctoral fellow at Oxford University (UK)
  • Karine PINGRIS: research assitant, currently at Evotec (Toulouse, France)
  • Shanti SOURIANT: PhD student (2017), currently at Police Nationale (Toulouse, France)
  • Anaïs BOUISSOU: Postdoctoral fellow, currently at Police Nationale (Toulouse, France)
  • Annie BEHAR: Research Assistant
  • Céline COUGOULE: CR CNRS, currently at IPBS (Toulouse, France)
  • Claire LASTRUCCI: PhD student (2014), currently a postdoctoral fellow at CRG (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Philippe GUI: PhD student (2014), currently a postdoctoral fellow at CRG (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Anna LABERNADIE: PhD student (2012), currently a postdoctoral fellow at IBEC (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Romain GUIET: PhD student (2011), currently an engineer at EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
  • Amsha PROAG: Postdoctoral fellow, currently at Thalès (Toulouse, France)
  • Guillaume CHARRIERE: Postdoctoral fellow, currently Associate Professor (Montpellier, France)
  • Emeline VAN GOETHEM: PhD student (2010), currently at Ambiotis (Toulouse, France)
  • Claire VINCENT: PhD (2007)
  • Jérôme CASTANDET: PhD (2005)
  • Christel VILLENEUVE: PhD (2004)
  • Catherine ASTARIE: CR CNRS, currently at IPBS (Toulouse, France)
  • Federica PIMPINELLI: Postdoctoral fellow, currently pharmacist (Milan)
  • Sébastien CARRENO: PhD student (2001), currently group leader at IRIC (Montreal, Canada)
  • Heidi WELCH: PhD student, currently group leader at Babraham Institute (Cambridge, UK)

 

Teaching

Fabrice Dumas is associate professor at the Sciences and Engineering Faculty. He teaches 200 hours of fundamental biochemistry and membrane dynamics to first year-students (lectures, exercises and practical courses) as well as graduate students.

Arnaud Labrousse is associate professor at the Sciences and Engineering Faculty. He teaches 200 hours of fundamental cell biology, trafficking, cell signaling and imaging to second and third year-students (lectures, exercises and practical courses) as well as graduate students.

Christel Vérollet & Véronique Le Cabec are giving a yearly 4-hour class on Innate Immunity for graduate students in the 2nd year of Master of Immunology, Infection and Inflammation.