PhD student | Mickaël Ménager


PhD student in single cell transcriptomics

Camille is a PhD student working on single-cell RNA sequencing data. She graduated in 2016 from Sup’Biotech, a biotechnology engineering school, and in 2017 from the Université d’Evry where she obtained her masters in Genomics and Bioinformatics. She developed her interest in bioinformatics during her bachelor’s internship in Vassili Soumelis’ at the Institut Curie, where she analyzed the balance between Th1 and Th2 lymphocytes in the skin of Atopic Dermatitis patients. She later did her masters internship in Niranjan Nagarajan’s team at the Genome Institute of Singapore, where she studied the metagenome of the skin, before coming back to France to work as a bioinformatician at Sanofi, analyzing RNA-sequencing data for a year. She is now a PhD student in Mickael Ménager’s lab, cotutored by Michel Didier's team at Sanofi. During her PhD, she will take advantage of the latest technological development in the field of single-cell transcriptomic to study the inflammatory response of immune blood cells.  

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Research: a scientific adventure

Our goal: to better understand genetic diseases to better treat them.