Current members of the Bioinfo team



Jimmy Lopez, Research engineer
T-lex2 optimization
Keywords: Computer Sciences, Bioinformatics


Sans titre

Yasmine Mansour, PhD candidate.
Assessing the impact of TEs on the structure, evolution, and adaptation of mosquitoe genomes.
Keywords: Recombination, TE annotation, evolution, NGS, genome assembly, graph.

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Laura Helou – Master Student.
Assessing the role of TEs in the formation and evolution of the cluster of the anti-freeze protein in antartic fishes.
Keywords: AFP gene, TE annotation, tandem duplication, NGS, genome assembly.

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Mickael Hamouma – Master Student.
Inference of the TE annotation to improve Culex pipiens genome assembly.
Keywords: TE annotation, NGS, genome assembly.


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Llivia Langevin – Undergraduate Student (Cursus Master Engineering).
Detection of TE target site duplication motifs in sequencing data.
Keywords: motif, TSD, TE, GC content.


Former members

  • Bridlin Barckmann, Post-doc, currently Post-doc at IGH.
  • Pascal Milesi*, EVAS-ISEM PhD candidate – defense in 2016, currently Post-doc at Uppsala University (Jon lab), Sweden, since 2017.
  • Benoit Assosgba*, EVAS-ISEM PhD candidate – defense in 2016, currently Post-doc at Abomey-Calavi University, Gambia, since 2017.
  • Quentin Testard, Master Student, currently PhD candidate.
  • Timothée Virgoulay, Undergraduate Student, currently Master student.
  • Nicolas Pompidor, Undergraduate Student, currently Master student.
  • Rajiv McCoy, Stanford PhD Student – defense in 2016
    Post-doct at Washington University, Akey lab, USA, since 2015.
  • Emilie Dumas*, EVAS-ISEM PhD student – defense in 2013, currently Post-doc.
  • Dave Tushar, Undergraduate Student
  • Mauricio Barentos, Undergraduate Student
    currently PhD candidate at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden
  • Lokitha Vippala, Undergraduate Student
  • Maité Barrón, Barbadilla lab PhD student – defense in  2015, currently Post-doc at  CSIC-Universitat Pompeu Fabra, González lab.
  • Matthew Carrigan, Undergraduate Student, currently Post-doc at Trinity college.

(*) Bioinformatic introduction training only.