Researcher in cell biology
Anissa Guillemin completed her PhD at the Laboratory of Cell Biology and Modeling in Lyon in the team of Dr Olivier Gandrillon. She studied the effect of an artificial change in the level of randomness during the specialization of cells into red blood cells. Her first postdoctoral position was at the University of Melbourne in Australia in the team of Pr Michael Stumpf where she learned to model biological processes by taking into account stochastic terms. She returned to France a few months ago to apply this knowledge and know-how to the understanding of the body's defense system. She works at the Laboratory of Cell Biology and Modeling in Lyon in the team of Dr. Emiliano Ricci. She is currently studying the variations of protein synthesis during innate immunity.