Viral Populations and Pathogenesis
Our lab is a Research Unit within the Department of Virology at the Pasteur Institute in Paris.
The Pasteur Institute is a private foundation and research institute first established in 1887 by Louis Pasteur himself. The institute is home to thousands of scientists from every continent and background, coming together with common interests in biomedical sciences and infectious diseases. The institute’s campus in Paris is situated within the city itself, in the 15th arrondissement. The international network of Pasteur Institutes, adds to this hundreds of scientists working in over thirty centers across the globe. Please consult the website for detailed information.
Everything has been said about Paris, and everything is probably, at least in part, true. The city is a bustling metropolis in the center of the Ile de France region that is home to over 10 million people, a sixth of France’s population. As expected of
If you are a motivated individual, whether creative and/or analytical, thinking “outside the box”, who would like to spend some time working with and learning from equally motivated people, then our lab might be your thing. We are a hard working group of dynamic personalities who come together to do exciting science in a relaxed atmosphere. We are strong believers that the best science comes from a happy working environment and that every person, regardless of age, career title or experience contributes equally to our common and individual goals. Most importantly, we adhere to the notion that science should be fun! Anyone interested in our group should submit a CV, a letter of introduction, and an outline of the research projects/interests you may like develop or bring to our lab.
PLOS Pathogens publication! Congratulations to Kate and Kenny for their work on mutator strains of alphaviruses.
PLOS Pathogens publication! Congratulations to our collaborators at Vanderbilt university for their work on Coronavirus exoribonuclease activity.
Book chapter Publication! Check the book "Reverse Genetics of RNA Virus". Chapter by Antonio and Marco.
PNAS publication! Congratulations to Nina, Stéphanie and other lab members for their work on mutator strains of Coxsackie viruses.
Check out the two volumes on Virus:Host Interactions (Curr Op Mirobiology, Aug 2012) and Virus Evolution (Curr Op Virology, Oct 2012) edited by Marco.
Nina's collaborative work with the Cameron lab on virus genetic robustness now out in Journal of Virology!
|POPULATIONS VIRALES ET PATHOGENESE
CNRS URA 3015
28 rue du Dr Roux
75724 Paris cedex 15