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Dominique BOURGEOIS

team head

Dominique BOURGEOIS
Equipe PIXEL
Groupe DYNAMOP
Institut de Biologie Structurale CNRS (UMR 5075)/CEA/UGA
71 AVENUE DES MARTYRS
CS 10090
38044 GRENOBLE CEDEX 9

Tel : 33-(0)4 57 42 86 44
Fax : 33-(0)4 76 50 18 90

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Virgile ADAM

Virgile ADAM
Equipe PIXEL
Groupe DYNAMOP
Institut de Biologie Structurale CNRS (UMR 5075)/CEA/UGA
71 AVENUE DES MARTYRS
CS 10090
38044 GRENOBLE CEDEX 9

Tel : 33-(0)4 57 42 85 67
Fax : 33-(0)4 76 50 18 90

PhD at University Joseph Fourier Grenoble in 2009

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Martin BYRDIN

Martin Byrdin

Equipe PIXEL
Groupe DYNAMOP
Institut de Biologie Structurale CNRS (UMR 5075)/CEA/UGA
71 AVENUE DES MARTYRS
CS 10090
38044 GRENOBLE CEDEX 9

Tel : 33-(0)4 57 42 86 48
Fax : 33-(0)4 76 50 18 90


Master at Moscow, PhD at Berlin, postdocs at Saclay and Paris, HDR at Grenoble

interested in photoactivatable proteins and study of their structure/dynamics/function
by pushing the limits of optical spectroscopies

- photosystem i
- CPD photolyase
- cryptochrome
- GFP- type fluorescent proteins

responsible for the spectroscopy lab and the microspectrometer

http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6389-8714
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Philippe Frachet

Philippe Frachet, PhD, is a senior scientist (Ass. Professor at Grenoble–Alpes University), with a dual expertise in structural biochemistry of proteins and cell biology of the immune response. He has a long-standing experience and publication record in molecular studies of efferocytosis. Formerly a member of the IBS-IRPAS (Immune Response to Altered Self) group. For more than 10 years, he developed studies on the role of C1q in the clearance of apoptotic cells and inflammation in autoimmune diseases, and has characterized/analyzed several C1q ligands and partners at the structural, molecular and cellular levels.
Teaching activities at the University of Grenoble Alpes (UGA) : molecular and cell biology including immunology, advanced methods of fluorescent microscopy and flow cytometry.
Member of the scientific council of the CNRS-INSB (Institute of Biological Sciences)
Member of the "comité technique (CT)" of the Grenoble-Alpes University
Nominated member of the "Conseil National des Universités (CNU-65, cell biology)"

Pascale Tacnet

Pascale TACNET
IR1 CNRS, specialized in Cell Biologie and Biochemistry
Groupe I2SR (Equipe Pixel)
Institut de Biologie Structurale
UMR 5075 CNRS-CEA-UJF
Campus EPN
71, avenue des Martyrs
CS 10090
38044 GRENOBLE Cedex 9
France
Tel : +33 (0)4 57 42 85 75

Nina Christou

has started to work on her thesis in octobre 2017 shared with the team of B. Brutscher

During my bachelors degree in Physics in the University of Southampton I became particularly interested in Photonics and Nanotechnology which lead me to pursue a Masters in UCL, London in Nanotechnology as applied to medicine. This experience increased my enthusiasm on fluorescent biomarkers and directed me towards optogenetics and fluorescent proteins. For a year before joining the IBS, I was working on biosensor development in the Max-Planck for Neurobiology. At the moment, I am combining my deep interest in NMR with my expertise on fluorescent proteins to elucidate the dynamics and structure of phototransformable proteins.

Oleksandr Glushonkov

Oleksandr Glushonkov
pixel team
Institut for Structural Biology
71 avenue des Martyrs CS10090
38044 GRENOBLE CEDEX 9
fon 04 57 42 86 85 / fax 04 76 50 18 90

JPEG

MSc degree in physics (Kyiv, Ukraine) and M2 in bio-physico-chemistry (Strasbourg, France). During my PhD in the Laboratory of Bioimaging and Pathologies (Strasbourg) I studied the nucleolar distribution of the HIV-1 protein NCp7. A big part of the project was focused on the development of a super-resolution microscope and protocol optimization for two-color PALM/STORM imaging.
Current scientific interests : the photophysics of photo - transformable / switchable fluorescent proteins that are used as markers in localization microscopy. The goal of my PostDoc project within the Pixel team is to characterize the properties of these proteins at cryogenic temperature on the single molecule level and select the best candidates for Cryo-PALM imaging ; development of a correlative optical and electron microscopy technique (CLEM).

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Angela Mantovanelli

pixel team
Groupe DYNAMOP
Institut de Biologie Structurale
CNRS (UMR 5075)/CEA/UGA
71 AVENUE DES MARTYRS
CS 10090
38044 GRENOBLE CEDEX 9

Fax : 33-(0)4 76 50 18 90

Jip Wulffele

JPEG

I studied biology and bimolecular sciences in the Netherlands and gained a strong interest in microscopy. During my bachelor internship at the VU I characterized the behavior of fluorescent proteins (FPs) in yeast and was amazed by the diversity in photochromic behavior displayed by the FPs. In my following internships at the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) I used different microscopy technics to monitor signaling along the IP3-IP3R-Ca2+ pathway and visualize complement regulation by pentraxins. My phd project is on the manipulation of the photo physical behavior of FPs to boost single particle tracking photo activated localization microscopy (sptPALM), combining my interest in FPs and love for biology.

pixel team
Institut de Biologie Structurale
CNRS (UMR 5075)/CEA/UGA
71 AVENUE DES MARTYRS
CS 10090
38044 GRENOBLE CEDEX 9

Samy Dufour

PhD student under the supervision of Philippe Frachet

Project : INVESTIGATING THE NANOSCALE ARCHITECTURE OF APOPTOTIC CELLS ASSOCIATED MOLECULAR PATTERNS BY SUPER RESOLUTION MICROSCOPY

Preferred techniques : Cell culture, Single molecule localization microscopy (STORM, PALM, SPT), Spinning disk confocal microscopy, Flow cytometry