Teams

Discover our research teams!

The Institut Jacques Monod comprises some thirty teams carrying out research in three research themes (Genome and Chromosome Dynamics, Cellular Dynamics and Signalling, Development and Evolution) and two transverse axes (Quantitative Biology and Modelling, Molecular and Cellular Pathologies).

Interdisciplinary research, at the interface of physics, mathematics, chemistry and medicine, is strongly encouraged.

Juliette AZIMZADEH

Cell Polarity in Development and Evolution

Guillaume BALAVOINE

Evolution and Development of Metazoans

Nicolas BORGHI

Mechanotransduction: from Cell Surface to Nucleus

Jean-Charles CADORET

Pathology of DNA Replication

Jean-Michel CAMADRO

Mitochondria, Metals and Oxidative Stress

Jérôme COLLIGNON

Regulation of Cell-Fate Specification

Paul CONDUIT

Microtubule regulation in multi-cellular animals

Virginie COURTIER-ORGOGOZO

Evolution and genetics

Valérie DOYE

Non-Conventional Functions of Nuclear Pores

Sandra DUHARCOURT

Epigenetic Regulation of Genome Organization

Julien DUMONT

Cell Division and Reproduction

Thierry GRANGE & Eva-Maria GEIGL

Epigenome and Paleogenome

Maxim GREENBERG

Chromatin Dynamics in Mammalian Devlopment

Antoine GUICHET

Polarity and Morphogenesis

Cathy JACKSON / Jean-Marc VERBAVATZ

Membrane Dynamics and Intracellular Trafficking

Nikos KONSTANTINIDES

Comparative Developmental Neurobiology

Benoit LADOUX / René-Marc MEGE

Cell Adhesion and Mechanics

Sébastien LEON

Membrane Trafficking , Ubiquitin and Signalling

Nicolas MINC

Cellular Spatial Organization

Benoît PALANCADE

RNA Biogenesis and Genome Homeostasis

Lionel PINTARD

Cell Cycle and Development

Anne PLESSIS

Development, Signalling and Trafficking

Marie-Noëlle PRIOLEAU

Chromosomal Domains and Replication

Vanessa RIBES

Transcriptional networks and neural differentiation

Guillaume ROMET-LEMONNE / Antoine JEGOU

Regulation of Actin Asssembly Dynamics

Reiner VEITIA

Molecular Oncology and Ovarian Pathologies

Michel VERVOORT

Stem Cells , Development and Evolution

Katja WASSMANN

Meiosis and its mechanisms