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    Former members of the lab

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    ASPERTI-BOURSIN François. PhD student from 2006 to 2010. Role of chemokines in controlling the migration and function of T cells in lymph nodes.
    Current position:
    Post-doctoral fellow, University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, USA)

    CARRETTE Florent. PhD student from 2006 to 2010. Role of the PI3K pathway in controlling T cell trafficking.
    Current position:
    Post-doctoral fellow, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute (San Diego, USA)
    Contact:
    fcarrette@sanfordburnham.org

    CONCHE Claire. PhD student from 2006 to 2010. Characterization of adhesion-induced Tcell priming phenomenon.
    Current position:
    Post-doctoral fellow, Scripp's Institute (San Diego, USA)
    Contact :
    cconche@scripps.edu

    FOUQUET Stéphane. Post-doctoral fellow from 2007 to 2009. Characterization of tumor-induced T cell dysfunctions.
    Current position:
    engineer, Institut de la vision, Paris
    Contact :
    stephane.fouquet@inserm.fr

    GUEDJ Chloé. PhD student from 2009 to 2014. Characterization of the antisynapse, a new signaling pole in T lymphocyte.
    Current position:
    Post-doctoral fellow, Curie Institute, Paris
    Contact :
    chloe.guedj@curie.fr

    LARGETEAU Quitterie. PhD student from 2008 to 2012. Regulation of T cell quiescence and migration by Fam65b, a new transcriptional target of FOXO1.

    LE ROUX Delphine. Post-doctoral fellow from 2011 to 2012. European Project FP7 "Folate-based nanobiodevices for integrated diagnosis/therapy targeting chronic inflammatory diseases".
    Current position:
    Maitre de Conférence, Ecole Vétérinaire de Maison Alfort
    Contact :
    dleroux@vet-alfort.fr

    RIVAS Ana. Post-doctoral fellow from 2010 to 2012. Characterization of tumor-induced lymph node alterations
    Current position: Nikon, Mexico

    ROUGERIE Pablo. PhD student from 2007 to 2011. Functional characterization of FINROD, a new atypical inhibitor of Rho GTPases in T cell activation and migration.
    Current position:
    Post-doctoral fellow, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New-York, USA)
    Contact :
    pablo.rougerie@einstein.yu.edu

    SALMON Hélène. PhD student from 2007 to 2011. Imaging T cell migration in human tumors
    Current position:
    Post-doctoral fellow, Mt Sinai Hospital (New-York, USA)
    Contact :
    helene.salmon@mssm.edu

    WANG RENAULT Shu-Fang. Post-doctoral fellow from 2008 to 2011. Characterization of tumor-induced T cell dysfunctions.
    Current position:
    engineer, Centre National de Génétique, Evry
    Contact :
    srenault@cng.fr

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