Each year, the Transition call aims at financing the end of a Ph.D. (4th year) or a transition phase between the Ph.D. and a postdoc in a different lab to finalize the project and any publications.
This annual call was launched in March 2023. Twenty-four projects were submitted, and eight of them were selected by the Executive Committee for funding periods ranging from 6 to 12 months. Congratulations to the following candidates:
- Léo CARRILLO, PhD student (4th year), EDC
“Probing the role of long non-coding RNA XIST and X Chromosome Inactivation for human extraembryonic cell fate acquisition”
- Agathe DU CREST, PhD student (4th year), IHPST
“Evolutionary theory from biology to social sciences: ontological and epistemological stakes of the evolution of gender characteristics”
- Aurélie DUMARCHEY,PhD student (4th year), Institut Cochin
“Plasmodium falciparum causes significant alterations in erythroid differentiation”
- Louis LAURENT, PhD student (4th year), IJM
“Élucidation des mécanismes moléculaires de perception de la densité cellulaire dans l’épithélium, de la surface de la cellule à son noyau”
- Camille LE SCAO, PhD student (4th year), MSC
“Dynamics of a leaf central vein”
- Sudheer Kumar PENETI, PhD student (4th year), IJM
“Role of vimentin in epithelial collective cell migration”
- Manon COULEE, postdoctoral researcher, Institut Cochin
“Characterization of the epigenome of human spermatozoa: impact of the age and correlation with embryonic development”
- Manon MONIER, postdoctoral researcher, IJM
“Identity and evolution of adhesive properties in several Drosophila species”
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