Our research activity involves theoretical, experimental and instrumental developments. It is performed by talented non-permanent and permanent researchers, who bring their specific know-how to the common projects.
The closest collaborators are presently
Isabelle AUJARD, Engineer
Jean-Bernard BAUDIN, Professor
Raja CHOUKET, PhD student
Arnaud GAUTIER, Assistant-Professor
Thomas LE SAUX, Assistant-Professor
Agnès PELISSIER-TANON, PhD student
Ruikang ZHANG, PhD student
We are also engaged in multiple collaborations involving J.-F. Allemand, D. Bensimon, V. Croquette, Physics Department, ENS, Paris, France (Instrumental developments, cancer in zebrafish); G. Baffou, H. Rigneault, Fresnel Institute, Marseille, France (Instrumental developments); S. Cambridge, Institute of Anatomy, University of Heidelberg, Germany (Cellular Neurobiochemistry and Optogenetics); J.-D. Faure, L. Gissot, Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin, INRA, Versailles, France (Plant fluorescence imaging); C. Gosse, LPN-CNRS, Laboratory of Photonics and Nanostructures, Marcoussis, France (Instrumental developments); A. Lemarchand, Laboratory of Theoretical Physics of Condensed Matter, UPMC, Paris, France (Theoretical developments); N. Mercader, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares CNIC, Madrid (Development in zebrafish); C. Mosimann, Biology Department, University of Zürich (Development in zebrafish); R. Nicolaÿ, L. Leibler, ESPCI, Paris, France (Photoactive materials); R. Plasson, University of Avignon, Avignon, France (Theoretical developments); A. Raya, Center of Regenerative Medicine in Barcelona (CMRB), Barcelona, Spain (Development in zebrafish); F. Schmidt, Biological Chemistry, Institut Curie, Paris, France (Biological Chemistry); C. Schulz, L. von Baumgarten, Department of Cardiology, LMU Klinikum, University of Munich, Germany (Immunology and brain cancer in mice); M. Volovitch and S. Vriz, Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology, Collège de France, Paris, France (Regeneration in zebrafish); S. Weiss, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA, USA (Cancer in zebrafish).
Our projects are led within the Group of Biophysical Chemistry, which gathers researchers sharing common interests for analysis and control of the dynamics of biomolecules involved in complex networks of chemical reactions and interactions, up to in vivo.