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Predoctoral training

We welcome students at different stages of their training.
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Past

  • January 2014: Maela Madigou
    School training during one week, supervised by Claire Heichette, Franck Bazile and Denis Chrétien.
  • June 2013: Mo Zhang
    Development of denoising algorithms in light and electron microscopies
    Master 1 Insa Rouen, Département Génie Mathématique.
    Supervised by Jacques Pécréaux (IGDR), Denis Chrétien and Charles Kervrann (Inria Rennes).
  • April - July 2013: Floriane Almire
    Expression and purification of alpha-tubulin acetyltransferase 1.
    IUT Laval, Département Génie Biologique
    Supervized by Franck Bazile and Denis Chrétien.
  • June - July 2013: Aurelie Tilly
    Characterisation of bio-functionalized nanoparticles for their use as fiducial markers by cryo-electron tomography.

    Licence 3 "Biochimie et nutraceutique", University of Rennes 1.
    Supervized by Claire Heichette, Laurence Duchesne and Denis Chrétien.
  • October 2009 - June 2013: Audrey Guesdon
    Molecular mechanisms involved in the binding of +TIPs to microtubules.
    PhD in Biology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien, Isabelle Arnal and Laurence Duchesne.
  • April - May 2013: Marie Liamin
    Expression and purification of recombienant +TIPs recombinantes for their visualisation by fluorescence microscopy and cryo-electron tomography.
    Master 1 Cell and Molecular Sciences of Living, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervized byLaurence Duchesne.
  • April - July 2012: Aveline Filliol
    Development of new expression vectors for the conjugation of proteins with gold nanoparticles
    Master 1 Cell and Molecular Sciences of Living, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Franck Bazile and Denis Chrétien
  • April - July 2011: Thomas Chenuel
    Expression and purification of Mal3. Effect of its poly-histidines tag on microtubule assembly in vitro.
    Master 1 Cell and Molecular Sciences of Living, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Frédéric Coquelle.
  • April - July 2011: Emeline Pollet
    Averaging of 3D volumes and denoising for the analysis of cryo-electron tomograms.
    Master 1 Modelisation of Biological Systems, Bioinformatics.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien and Charles Kervrann (Inria, Rennes).
  • April - July 2011: Morgane Chrétien
    Purification of the N-terminal domain of p150glued.
    Licence 2 Organisms Biology.
    Supervised by Claire Heichette and Denis Chrétien.
  • April 2011 : Jeanne Desilles
    Discovery of methods to analyse tubulin and microtubules.
    Emile Zola School, Rennes, 4ème.
    Supervised by Claire Heichette.
  • October 2008 - 2011: Sophie Blestel
    Characterisation of macromolecular assemblages in tomograms obtained by electron cryo-microscopy

    PhD in Informatics, Irisa, Rennes.
    Supervised by Charles Kervrann (Inria, Rennes) and Denis Chrétien.
  • April - July 2010: Emilie Provost
    Effect of p150glued N-terminal extremity on microtubule dynamics
    Master 1 Cell and Molecular Sciences of Living, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien.
  • October 2005 - March 2009: Benjamin Vitre
    Study of microtubule structural and dynamic properties : regulation by the plus end tracking protein EB1
    PhD in Biology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien and Isabelle Arnal.
  • December 2008: Antony Jouzel
    Discovery of methods to analyse tubulin and microtubules.
    Saint Joseph school, Janzé.
    Supervised by Claire Heichette.
  • April - July 2008: Audrey Constals
    Relationships between the dynamical, structural and mechanical properties of microtubules.
    Master 1 Physics-Chemistry, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien.
  • April - July 2008: Daniele Cartelli
    Effect of Synuclein on microtubule dynamics.
    PhD student, Laboratory of Dr Graziella Cappelletti (Milan, Italie), Erasmus programme.
    Supervised by isabelle Arnal.
  • June 2008: Ségolène Voilqué-Bolle
    Discovery of methods to analyse tubulin and microtubules.
    Sainte Geneviève school, Rennes.
    Supervised by Claire Heichette.
  • February - June 2008: Sophie Blestel
    Statistical modelisation of three-dimensional electron cryo-microscopy images.
    Master research Signal Tramp Image, Rennes 1 University.
    Supervised by Charles Kervrann (IRISA) and Denis Chrétien.
  • April - July 2007: Aurélie Corduan
    Roles of CLIP-170 and EB1 in the regulation microtubule dynamics and structure: development and characterisation of two experimental tools.
    Master 1 in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Frédéric Coquelle.
  • March - July 2007 : Sandra Loya
    Tracking of microtubule extremities by differential interference contrast (DIC) video-light microscopy, using  parametrical and statistical form models.
    Engeener diploma from the IFSIC, and Master research Signal Tramp Image, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Charles Kervrann (IRISA) and Denis Chrétien.
  • January - July 2006: Marine Malleter
    Effects of neuronal MAPs on microtubule assembly dynamics.
    Master 2 in Protein Engineering, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien.
  • April - June 2005: Marine Malleter
    Determination of the optimal conditions for the observation of tubulin/Clip-170 complexes by electron microscopy.
    Master 1 in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Isabelle Arnal.
  • April - June 2004: Pascal Yclon
    Study of CLIP-170 Cap-Gly domain
    Master 1 of Cell Biology and Physiology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Isabelle Arnal.
  • April - June 2003: Audrey Heliès
    Effects of z-ajoene on microtubule polymerization-depolymerization.
    Master 1 in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Isabelle Arnal.
  • January - June 2002: Julie Cahu
    Video-light and spectrophotometric analysis of microtubule assembly.
    Master 1 of Sciences and Techniques, University of Caen.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien.
  • January - June 2002: Lionel Chastang
    High resolution structural study of tubulin-protein interactions using zinc-induced tubulin sheets.
    Master 2 in Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Denis Chrétien.
  • May - June 2001: Lionel Chastang
    Purification of tubulin from the sea urchin Sphaerechinus granuralis.
    Master 1 in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Rennes 1.
    Supervised by Annabelle Monnier.