Recherche - Paris
Spécialités / domaines
Molecular biology,
Development, cancer, genetics and epigenetics

Early on during my studies in Biotechnology at Warsaw University of Technology I got interested by variety of RNA roles in the cell, in particular non-coding RNA that has become increasingly relevant to human health, yet much still remains obscure. Therefore I decided to pursue my career in this field beginning with my Masters work where I studied RNA polymerase III regulation, continuing with my PhD, at Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics Polish Academy of Sciences in collaboration with Ohio State University (US), in tRNA biogenesis and the links to RNA polymerase III regulation. I followed my scientific interest, as Post-Doctoral researcher at Institut Curie, by deciphering regulation and role of human long noncoding RNAs. Currently, as part of Cereus Biosciences I am exploring the coding potential of the non-coding part of the genome.



GC content shapes mRNA storage and decay in human cells
Maïté Courel, Yves Clément, Clémentine Bossevain, Dominika Foretek, Olivia Vidal Cruchez, Zhou Yi, Marianne Bénard, Marie-Noëlle Benassy, Michel Kress, Caroline Vindry, Michèle Ernoult-Lange, Christophe Antoniewski, Antonin Morillon, Patrick Brest, Arnaud Hubstenberger, Hugues Roest Crollius, Nancy Standart, Dominique Weil