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Alice Gros

Ph.D. student

Physicist by training, now working at the interface between physics, computer science and biology. Alice works to better the understanding of organoid development at the single cell scale.

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Isabella Bicalho

Ph.D. student

A biologist trying to squeeze out the answers of biological phenomena using every possible analytical tool under my belt, from math to artificial intelligence.

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Léo Guignard

Group Leader

Computer Scientist creating algorithms to quantify embryogenesis at the single cell scale

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Ph.D student/Post-doc

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Gesa Loof

Postdoc

Molecular biologist passionate for early embryonic development. Interested in unravelling the secrets of lineage decisions and pluripotency, using sequencing and imaging-based approaches.

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Luìsa Vieira da Silva

M1 Intern

I’m an Engineer by training, with a degree from UFRJ in Brazil and am currently pursuing a master's in Computational and Mathematical Biology at Aix-Marseille University. My journey to France was driven by the desire of learning more about programming and algorithms specifically to address complex biological challenges, but also to meet new people, new cultures and travel. Currently, I’m doing a three month internship focused on lineage trees.

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Polina Soloveva

M1 Intern

Having received an education in applied mathematics and physics with an emphasis in biotechnology, I became interested in machine learning in biology, so now I am actively learning how to build and train neural networks, especially those related to the biological application of computer vision algorithms

Alumni

Giannis Liaskas

Giannis Liaskas

L3 Intern

Giannis is a physicist interested in the intricate processes that take place during the development of an embryo. Using physics, computer science and biology Giannis aims to uncover the fundamental mechanisms that govern the final form of an organism.

Follow-up position:

Master student in Heraklion Greece

Riccardo Cova

Riccardo Cova

Erasmus Intern

Bioengineer interested in applying and developing computer vision algorithms to study embryogenesis

Follow-up position:

Nessim Louafi

Nessim Louafi

M2 Intern

Biochemist by training and big believer in interdisciplinarity in biology. Currently a Master student in quantitative biology in Montpellier I am particularly interested in imaging approaches and exploring development in multicellular organisms at different scales.

Follow-up position:

Ph.D. student in Luca Giorgetti's lab, FMI, Basel, Switzerland

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