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After a PhD in Microbiology on bacterial toxin-antitoxin systems at the Free University of Brussels, I joined the Institut Pasteur for a 3 years postdoc in Eduardo Rocha’s lab. During this period, I performed comparative genomics and pylogenetic analysis on bacterial conjugation and type IV secretion systems. Then, I worked 2 years in Olivier Tenaillon’s team on the modelling and evolution of organismal complexity. I joined the HUB in 2015, and I am involved in phylogenetic and comparative genomics projects.
GenomicsPhylogeneticsSequence analysisGenome analysisGeneticsEvolutionPopulation genetics
- Evaluation of the mutation rate per site and dN/dS in the genomes of Yersinia enterocolitica(Cyril SAVIN - Yersinia) - Awaiting Publication
- Phylogenetic analysis of HHD-PDZ containing proteins(Nicolas WOLFF - Channel Receptors) - Closed
- Phylogenetic analysis of insect-specific flaviviruses(Artem BAIDALIUK - Insect-Virus Interactions) - Closed
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A large fraction of diversity of the Archaea is still poorly explored. We are targeting environmental samples to extract genomic data of archaeal lineages of specific interest from an evolutionary point of view. We will probe available sequence data from public environmental metagenomics databases to identify specific lineages. In parallel, we will produce our own data from selected environmental samples containing these lineages. These data will allow filling up poorly explored branches of the tree of Archaea and bring important information on the metabolic diversity and adaptation to various environmental conditions, including the human microbiome.
Paleo(meta)genomics is an emerging and rapidly growing field where most is yet to be done. In most cases, it consists in the analysis of ancient DNA high-throughput sequencing data obtained from archa
New mouse genetic reference populations obtained from 8 distinct founder strains, including 3 wild-derived strains, have been developped since the 2000s and are now available. These populations captur