Lab Member | Remi Sonneville

Postdoctoral Fellow

Remi Sonneville Portrait
Current Lab Member
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I am a postdoctoral researcher in Karim's laboratory since April 2014, and I study the regulation of chromosome replication using Caenorhabditis elegans. I obtained my PhD from Lausanne university (Switzerland) in 2005 working with Pierre Gonczy and investigating the function of ZYG-11 and the Cullin CUL-2, in meiotic cell cycle progression and cell polarity in the worm embryo. I moved then to Dundee in 2007 to the laboratory of Julian Blow, in collaboration with Anton Gartner, to study the regulation of the replicative helicase in the worm embryo.

Country of Origin: France