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Tuesday, 11th, June 2024
From 9h30 To 10h30
Centre de recherche - Paris - Amphithéâtre Marie Curie

A BMP Flip-Flop: How PAX's Versatile Transcriptional Activity Patterns the Sensory Spinal Cord

© Vanessa Ribes

Vanessa Ribes' research converges towards understanding what regulates the dynamics in the state of cells, including their molecular identity, morphology, behaviour and physiology. Changes in cell states are inherent to the elaboration of complex tissues during development and underpin the emergence of diseases such as cancer.

“Out of the molecules controlling cell state dynamics, we focus on the PAX3 and PAX7 family of transcription factors. This family of proteins controls the maturation of many cell types in the embryos including the sensory neurones of the spinal cord."


Dr. Vanessa Ribes

Institut Jacques Monod, Paris

Hosted by

Mrs. Caroline Audouin

Institut Curie

Invited by

M. Lucas di Pietro

Institut Curie


Mrs. Caroline Audouin

Institut Curie

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