Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Guillaume Luxardi, PhD




Experience



Post-Doc Scholar

UC Davis School of Medicine Dept. of Dermatology
 – Present (3 years 1 month)Institute for Regenerative Cures
The research I am performing is allowing me to acquires expertise in Immunology and Cancer Biology. We are currently designing genetically engineered T Cells and analyzing the phenotypes induced on Melanoma cells.



Post-Doc Scholar

UC Davis School of Medicine Dept. of Dermatology
 –  (2 years 6 months)Institute for Regenerative Cures
The research I undertake allow me to acquires an interdisciplinary approach combining embryology, genetics, cell and molecular biology with electrophysiology in the context of animal development and regeneration. I am focusing on the integration of bio-physical and bio-chemical cue during tissue repair and regeneration as well as pattern formation during animal development.



ATER (non tenure track Faculty)

Aix-Marseille University
 –  (1 year)Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille-Luminy
Lecture and laboratory courses in Cellular biology to Bachelor and Master Students in Biology.

The research I undertook focuses on elucidating the biological functions and integration of BMP, FGF, Nodal and Notch signals during differentiation and morphogenesis in the Xenopus embryo.



Monitor / PhD student

Aix-Marseille University
 –  (3 years 1 month)Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille-Luminy
The research I undertook focuses on elucidating the biological functions and integration of BMP, FGF, Nodal and Notch signals during differentiation and morphogenesis in the Xenopus embryo.

Lecture and laboratory courses in Drosophila genetics to Bachelor Students in Biology



Graduate Research Assistant

Aix-Marseille University
 –  (4 months)Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille-Luminy
The research I undertook focuses on the establishment of mono layer murine Embryonic Stem Cell (ESC) culture and neural differentiation and on the description of the expression pattern of glypicans genes in mice embryonic and new born brain