We are interested in how epithelial cells interact with their microenvironment during migration in gut homeostasis and cancer invasion. We use a gut as a model system, and our strategy is to combine different models such as 3D cell cultures, tissue explants, mouse models and human samples coupled with different microscopy techniques and biophysical modeling.
TEMTIA conference: understanding and targeting EMT to fight metastasesFor its 10th edition, the TEMTIA conference is coming to France for the very first time, taking place at Institut Curie from November 7 to 10. For the event, the two co-chairs of TEMTIA, Prof. Alain Puisieux, Director of the Institut Curie Research Center and Pierre Savagner, Inserm researcher at Gustave Roussy, take a closer look at the challenges surrounding molecular and cellular aspects of the epithelial–mesenchymal transition (EMT) at the root of metastatic cancer progression.09/11/2022
Retraire du laboratoire à Saint-Martin de Ré.