Recherche - Paris
Spécialités / domaines
Cell biology,
Cellular and Tissue Imaging,
Multi-scale physics-chemistry-biology and cancer (molecules, cells, tissues and organisms)

Jean de Seze is a Phd student in physics in the LOCCO team of the Physico-Chemistry department of the Institut Curie in Paris, under the supervision of Mathieu Coppey. His thesis project raises the question of the role of the RhoA protein in the establishment of cell polarity. To tackle this question, he uses optogenetics and fluorescence microscopy techniques.





Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy: MRI findings in HIV-infected patients are closer to rituximab- than natalizumab-associated PML
European Radiology
Manel Alleg, Morgane Solis, Seyyid Baloglu, François Cotton, Philippe Kerschen, Bertrand Bourre, Guido Ahle, Jean-Pierre Pruvo, Xavier Leclerc, Patrick Vermersch, Caroline Papeix, Élisabeth Maillart, Caroline Houillier, Cécile Moluçon Chabrot, Béatrice Claise, Sandra Malak, Guillaume Martin-Blondel, Fabrice Bonneville, Alexis Caulier, Jean-Pierre Marolleau, Jérôme Tamburini Bonnefoy, Philippe Agape, Céline Kennel, Xavier Roussel, Adrien Chauchet, Jérôme De Seze, Samira Fafi-Kremer, Stéphane Kremer