Flore Renaud

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, France

Flore RENAUD-PAITRA Born in Paris in 1965 Associate Professor at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE) Genetics and Cell Biology Laboratory University of Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines (UVSQ) 45 Avenue des Etats Unis, 78035 Versailles cedex, France Tel : (33) 1 39 25 36 58, Fax : (33) 1 39 25 36 55 e-mail : flore.renaud@uvsq.fr CURRICULUM VITAE Research activities 1989 - 1993: PhD at Paris VII University Gerontological Research Laboratory, INSERM U118, Paris (Director: Y. Courtois): «The acidic FGF: gene and transcripts structures, biological roles of its endogenous form.” 1993 - 1997: Post-doctoral research Development, ageing and pathologies of the retina Laboratory, INSERM U450, Paris (director : Y. Courtois) : « Role of endogenous acidic FGF in the neuronal differentiation and survival. 1997 - 1999: Post-doctoral research in the team of B. Mignotte at Molecular genetics Center, C.N.R.S. (Gif sur Yvette), Genome, Cell and Computing Laboratory UPRESA 8087 CNRS/UVSQ (Versailles) « Study of the mechanisms controlling determinism between apoptosis and replicative senescence.». Since 2000: Associate Professor at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Genetics and Cell Biology Laboratory, exUMR 8159 CNRS/UVSQ/EPHE, currently EA 4589 UVSQ/EPHE,Versailles (Director : B. Mignotte): My research focuses on the study of p53-induced cell death mechanisms: (i) Study of the different signaling pathways induced by p53 (ii) Study of the role of caspases 6/9 in the regulation of these different pathways. (iii) Study of the relationship between p53-dependent apoptosis and FGF1 signaling. Teaching activities 1997- 1999: Assistant Professor EPHE/UVSQ Since 2000: Associate Professor at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Teaching in molecular and cell biology, oncology for Master students at the EPHE and UVSQ Elected member of the EPHE Administration Council, of the EPHE Teaching Commission, of the UVSQ Biology Department Council.

Biography Updated on 2 August 2011

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