Education and academic experience
Studying the signaling pathways involved in Arabidopsis thaliana roots in response to microgravity
2007-2014 University Albert-Ludwigs of Freiburg (Germany) Doctorate degree
Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology
2004-2005 University of Bourgogne in Dijon (France) Master's degree (2nd level, 5th year)
2002-2004 University François Rabelais in Tours (France) Master first level (1st level, 4th year)
1999-2002 University Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris (France) DEUG
2003-2004 INSERM U1069 Nutrition, croissance et cancer - Tours (France) Topic : Breast cancer
2004-2005 UFR Sciences de la Vie de la Terre et de l'Environnement - Dijon (France) Topic : Tonoplast aquaporin in Tobacco
Courses attended at the International Graduate Academy of Freiburg
May 2012 Professional Communication Skills for Doctoral Candidates Speaker: Dr. Matthias Mayer
Feb. 2012 Hands-on Course on Data Analysis and Statistics Speaker: Dr. Björn Schelter
Jan. 2012 Scientific writing in English Speaker: Ms. Helen Desmond
Dec. 2011 Powerful Scientific presentation Speaker: Dr. Pamela Alean-Kirkpatrick
Practical course assistant at Freiburg university
Winter semester 2010 Plant protoplasts as model system in plant physiology Dr. Alexander Dovzhenko
Winter semester 2009 Phototropism in Plants Pr. Thomas Kretsch
Winter semester 2008 Gene Expression – Enzymatic GUS – Assay Dr. Tim Kunkel
* Isolation of DNA, RNA and membrane protein
* PCR, Q-RT-PCR
* Western Blot
* In vitro culture
* Microarrays data analysis, Statistics
* Writing articles
* conducting Missions/experiments abroad
* Hardware testing for Space experiments
* Communication (meetings, e-mails, phone calls): engineers, Space Agencies, Bioinformatician and other scientific teams
* International transport of GMO and biological samples by flight
D. Aubry-Hivet, H. Nziengui, K. Rapp, O. Oliveira, I. A. Paponov, Y. Li, J. Hauslage, N. Vagt, M. Braun, F. A. Ditengou, A. Dovzhenko, K. Palme. 2014. Analysis of gene expression during parabolic flights reveals distinct early gravity responses in Arabidopsis roots. Plant Biology 16: 128–141
T. Schmidt, T. Pasternak, K. Liu, T. Blein, D. Aubry-Hivet, A. Dovzhenko, J. Dürr, W. Teale, F. Ditengou, H. Burkhardt, O. Ronneberger, K. Palme. The iRoCS Toolbox – 3D Analysis of the Plant Root Apical Meristem at Cellular Resolution. The Plant Journal. Online only
Second first-author manuscript in preparation
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