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LANGLOIS

Project Title : "Role of host receptors during Plasmodium and Toxoplasma host cell invasion"

Project PI : Olivier SILVIE   Co-PI : Maryse Lebrun

Thesis Defense : 30/09/2019 thesesfr

Lab : Molecular Biology and Immunology of malaria liver infection, UPMC UMRS CR7–INSERM U1135–CNRS ERL 8255

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BACKGROUND

  • Master Degree of Cellular and Molecular Biology ⎪ UPMC, Paris, France
  • Doctor of Pharmacy (Pham.D.), Industry/research ⎪ University of Limoges, France
  • MSc in Biology and Health (Microbiology – Pathologies, Environment and health) ⎪ University of Nantes, France

POSITION AFTER PARAFRAP TRAINING

  • Scientific mediation Project Officer for Le Cercle FSER (Fondation Schlumberger pour l'Education et la Recherche) - Since Nov. 2020
  • Postdoctoral Researcher Molecular biology and immunology of malaria liver infection Lab - Inserm U1135 Hôpital Univeristaire Pitié-Salpétrière - 2019

PUBLICATIONS

Langlois, A.-C., Manzoni, G., Vincensini, L., Coppée, R., Marinach, C., Guérin, M., Huby, T., Carrière, V., Cosset, F.-L., Dreux, M., Rubinstein, E., Silvie, O., (2020). Molecular determinants of SR-B1-dependent Plasmodium sporozoite entry into hepatocytes. Sci Rep [4.0] 10, 13509. doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-70468-2

Langlois, A. C., C. Marinach, G. Manzoni and O. Silvie (2018). "Plasmodium sporozoites can invade hepatocytic cells independently of the Ephrin receptor A2." PLoS One [2.8] 13(7): e0200032. [Pubmed]