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Clément Nizak clement.nizak@upmc.fr
chercheur CNRS ORCID 0000-0002-4591-8240
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Thématiques de recherche

Biophysique des micro-organismes

Présentation

My current research focuses on enzymes and antibodies as experimental models to tackle fundamental questions related to bio-molecule function and evolution. Our large-scale experiments are based on droplet microfluidics, phage display and high-throughput DNA sequencing technologies, and downstream statistical analysis. Our approaches are strongly motivated by computational analysis of genomic data and theory inspired by statistical physics.

I work in close collaboration with Olivier Rivoire (Statistical Biology, CIRB-College de France).

I teach part of the Systems Biology course at ESPCI.

 

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Peer-reviewed articles:

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2020

  • A. Gerard, A. Woolfe, G. Mottet, M. Reichen, C. Castrillon, V. Menrath, S. Ellouze, A. Poitou, R. Doineau, L. Briseño-Roa, P. Canales-Herrerias, P. Mary, G. Rose, C. Ortega, M. Delince, S. Essono, B. Jia, B. Iannascoli, O. Richard-LeGoff, R. Kumar, Y. Pousse, B. Shen, K. Grosselin, B. Saudemont, A. Sautel-Caillé, A. Godina, S. McNamara, K. Eyer, G. Millot, J. Baudry, P. England, C. Nizak, A. Jensen, A. Griffiths, and C. Brenan, "High-throughput single-cell activity-based screening and sequencing of antibodies using droplet microfluidics." Nature Biotechnology, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 715-721, 2020.

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