I am a Research Associate exploring the role of the circadian clock in controlling microglial polarization and neuroinflammation in dementia. I joined Marco Brancaccio’s group in May 2019, within the UK Dementia Research Institute at Imperial College London.
I received my MSc degree in Physiopathology, Pharmacology and Neurobiology at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France.
Then I completed my PhD in Neuroscience at the Côte d'Azur University in Nice, France, during which I studied the implication of calcium channels dysfunction in Alzheimer’s Disease (Bussiere et al. 2017 J. Biol. Chem., Lacampagne et al. 2017 Acta Neuropathol., Bussier et al. 2019 Cells) in Frédéric Checler’s group.
et al., 2019, Upregulation of the sarco-Endoplasmic Reticulum calcium ATPase 1 truncated isoform plays a pathogenic role in Alzheimer’s disease, Cells, Vol:8, ISSN:2073-4409, Pages:1539-1539
et al., 2017, Post-translational remodeling of ryanodine receptor induces calcium leak leading to Alzheimer’s disease-like pathologies and cognitive deficits, Acta Neuropathologica, Vol:134, ISSN:0001-6322, Pages:749-767
et al., 2017, Amyloid β production is regulated by β2-adrenergic signaling-mediated post-translational modifications of the ryanodine receptor, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol:292, ISSN:0021-9258, Pages:10153-10168