Current lab members
Maxime Chantreau (post-doc)
Christophe Vroland (PhD student)
Thibault Caron (master)
Gone, but not forgotten:
2012-2014 Eléonore Durand was a post-doc in the lab for two years. She performed a huge controlled crossing experiment to measure at the phenotypic level the dominance relationships between a set of S-alleles in A. halleri. She then functionally validated one of the predicted sRNA-target interactions, as part of a long-term collaboration with our colleagues from ENS Lyon (I. Fobis-Loisy & T. Gaude). She now started a post-doc at Laval university in Québec city in the group of Christian Landry.
2011-2013 Raphael Méheust was a master student in the lab for two years and worked on the evolution of dominance and recessivity. He organized all the genomic data we had and was a strong booster of our bioinformatic approaches. He also made a very substantial contribution to the data analysis. He now started a PhD in Paris in the group of Eric Bapteste.
Jonathan Kitt is a very talented lab technician who worked on the BRASSIDOM project (ANR funded) for one year. He now has a permanent position at INRA Clermont Ferrand.
2008-2011 Pauline Goubet was a master student, and then a PhD student in the lab. Her initial project was on population structure at the S-locus, and she then turned to more direct bioinformatic analysis of the evolutionary processes acting on the S-locus as an iconic genomic region under strong and unusual selective contraints (PhD; co-supervision with Xavier Vekemans). Pauline then got a permanent position as a bioinformatician "Ingénieure d'Etude" at CNRS. She passed away in 2014 and is deeply missed.
2008-2011 Camille Gervais was a master student and then a PhD student in the lab. She studied the emergence of new self-incompatibility alleles in sympatry (PhD; co-supervision with Sylvain Billiard). After leaving the lab, Camille later started a post-doc at CNRS in Roscoff in the group of Denis Roze.
2007-2010 Camille Roux was a PhD student in the lab. He studied the patterns of shared polymorphism and introgression between Arabidopsis halleri and Arabidopsis lyrata (PhD; 50% ; co-supervision with Xavier Vekemans). After he left the lab, Camille started a post-doc in the group of John Pannell at the university of Lausanne.
2006-2009 Claire-Lise Meyer was a PhD student in the lab. She performed a genome scan in natural populations of Arabidopsis halleri to identify the molecular bases of adaptation to life on soils polluted by heavy metals. (PhD; 50% co-supervision with Pierre-Saumitou-Laprade). After leaving the lab, Claire-Lise started a post-doc in UL Bruxelles in the group of Nathalie Verbruggen.
2007. Seydou Traoré
2007. Rim Noureddine
2006. Stéphane Grenier
2005. Sabrina LeCam. Sabrina focused on population genetic structure at the S-locus in A. halleri.
2004. Bertrand Jacquemin focused on variation at genes linked to the S-locus in A. halleri. He then went on with a PhD in Dijon.
2003. Emmanuelle Pust. She initiated our work on A. halleri self-incompatibility and obtained our first SRK sequences.
IUP Génomique et Protéomique Lille 1 :
Ariane Byhet 2003
Pierre Cattenoz 2004
Virginie Legros 2005
M1-Environnement Lille 1 :
Fanny Tournemine 2004
Stéphane Grenier 2005
Pierre-Alexandre Regel 2009
Jessica Le Bérichel 2005