The aim of my PhD project is to further our understanding of the dynamics of coat formation and evolution in clathrin-mediated endocytosis. To this end I am using genetic engineering and microscopy techniques in live cells, using S. cerevisiae as a model.
This project is a joint PhD between the Roux and Kaksonen labs.
I started my PhD in November 2020. Prior to that, I worked for 1.5 years as a Research Associate in a biotech startup based in Oxford, UK, after obtaining my master’s degree in Biotechnology Engineering from the ENSTBB (Bordeaux, France) in 2018.