Maïté COPPEY

2015 - MECHANICAL CHECKPOINT FOR PERSISTENT CELL POLARIZATION IN ADHESION-NAIVE FIBROBLAST AND OTHERS STORIES ABOUT RIGIDITY SENSING

MECHANICAL CHECKPOINT FOR PERSISTENT CELL POLARIZATION IN ADHESION-NAIVE FIBROBLAST AND OTHERS STORIES ABOUT RIGIDITY SENSING

Maïté COPPEY - Macromolecular Complexes in Living Cells, Institut Jacques Monod - UMR 7592 (Paris, France)

BIOGRAPHY:

Maïte Coppey is one of the first to have developed the fluorescence microscopy with low light level to study live samples. She is also invested in the development of quantitative microscopy methods to study macromolecular complexes in living cells (FRET by FLIM, fluorescence anisotropy). She more recently became interested in cell mechanics using methods of optical tweezers.

Invited by Marc Tramier

>> Friday, September 25, at 11:00 - IGDR conference room (ground floor of Building 4 / Villejean Campus)

This seminar was conducted in English