CNRS Research Director (DR2)

Principal Investigator

JULIEN BOUVIER

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Julien received a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Paris-11 in 2010, under the supervision of Dr. Gilles Fortin, on brainstem respiratory circuits. He completed a postdoctoral training with Prof. Ole Kiehn, in Stockholm, studying spinal and brainstem circuits that control locomotion. He setup the current group in 2018 through an international call for new group leaders.

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PhD Student

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EDWIN GATIER

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Edwin holds a engineering degree as well as Master's degree in Bioengineering and Innovation in Neurosciences at the ESPCI/University Paris-Descartes. He has expertise in programming, bio-informatics and 3D rendering. In the lab he is  implementing analytic tools for brain connectomics and neuronal activity. Edwin is a 1st year PhD student at the Bio-SIGNE graduate school​. 

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AURELIE HEUZE 

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CNRS Research Associate (IE2)

Lab Manager

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Aurélie is a CNRS research associate (IE) since 2008. She worked for 10 years on neural stem cells in zebrafish in Jean-Stéphane Joly's group. In 2017, she obtained a PhD in Neurosciences from the University of Paris-Saclay. She then joined the lab to investigate brainstem locomotor and respiratory circuits using molecular biology, histochemistry, microscopy and behavior.

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PhD Student

Université Paris-Saclay

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GIOVANNI USSEGLIO

Giovanni holds a Master's degree in Neuroscience from the University of Trieste, Italy. He then did an internship in Simon Weigert's laboratory (Germany) where he  studied hippocampal circuits. He obtained a MERST PhD fellowhip to join the lab and investigate brainstem reticulospinal neurons controlling locomotion. Giovanni is a 4th year PhD student at the Bio-SIGNE graduate school

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ANDREA GIORGI

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After his Master's degree in Genetic Biotechnologies, Andrea pursued a PhD in Neuroscience in the lab of Massimo Pasqualetti in Pisa, investigating the connectivity of the serotonergic system. He then moved to Emory University in the lab of Marie-Claude Perreault, to study descending neuronal circuits controlling movement. In the lab, he investigates populations of V2a reticular neurons to locomotor turning kinematics, using both behavioral and electrophysiological approaches.

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ALEXIS D'HUMIERES

PhD Student

Université Paris-Saclay

Alexis holds a bachelor's degree in Life Sciences from Sorbonne Université. He is now a student at the Master's program "Integrative Biology and Physiology" (BIP), Sciences Sorbonne Université. He he doing his second year internship in the lab, studying reticulospinal neurons and their connectivity. 

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If you are interested in our work and our methods, you are higly welcome to contact us by email! We will also consider internship requests of undergraduates, including those outside the field of biology but with expertise in computer-based methods for data analysis (miscroscopy, machine vision, transcriptomics,...),

Students, postdocs, contact us by email!

This could be YOU! 

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They previously worked with us:

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2018-2022

CNRS Research Associate

SEVERINE DIEM

MANON PAPADIAMANDIS

May 2022

Undergaduate Student - (License 2)

Université Paris-Saclay

CORALIE HERENT

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Coralie followed a Master's program in Neurosciences at the University Paris-Saclay before obtaining a Région Ile-de-France fellowship to pursue her doctoral studies in the team. Her PhD work was dedicated to the connectivity that interfaces locomotor and respiratory circuits, relevant for respiratory adaptation to exercise.

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2016-2021

Master's student & Ph.D. student

Current situation: postdoctoral fellow  Champalimaud Center for the Unknown, Lisbon, Portugal.

JOANNA SCHWENKGRUB

2018-2020

Postdoctoral fellow

Co-supervision with Brice Bathellier

MANIMEGA VIDJEACOUMAR

June 2018

Undergaduate Student - (L2)

UPMC Paris.

ADRIEN BARRALIS

May-July 2022

Undergaduate Student - (Master 1)

Sorbonne Université

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AURELIE JOUY

May/June 2021

Undergaduate Student - (Master 1)

Université Paris-Saclay

CLARA DEPOND

June/July 2021

Undergaduate Student - (L2)

Sup'Biotech Paris

June/July 2019.

Undergaduate Student - (L2)

Sup'Biotech School of Biotechnology Engineers, Paris.

JULIETTE MONDY

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Last update: September 2022