DEFENDED

  • Karina BUDKINA :  Role of YB-1, an mRNA-binding protein, in neuron functions and neurodegeneration. (Defended 03/18/2021).
  • Anastasiia SAMSONOVA: Structural and functional insights into the role of cold-shock proteins in cancer cell proliferation and drug resistance. (Defended 12/16/2020).
  • Asaki KOBAYASHI-LEJARS: UHM-ULM interactions in spliceosomal complexes: Structural characteri-zation and targeting with small molecules. (Defended 12/15/2020).
  • Serhii PANKIVSKYI: Role of ITSN in RNA processes in neuron and its link with neuro-degeneration. (Defended 11/24/2020).
  • Juan Carlos RENGIFO GONZALEZ : Functional and structural characterization of RNA-binding proteins involved in ALS. (Defended 07/02/2020)
  • Anastasiya SINGATULINA : A link between PAR-mediated signaling and the translational regulation by stress granules during cellular stress. (defended 11/11/2019).
  • Manel TARI : Study of the role of UHN domain proteins in the regulation of the alternative splicing. (defended 12/17/2018)
  • Clément PLAUD : Cellular and molecular mechanisms of hereditary spastic paraplegia linked to SPG4-mutations: haploinsufficiency VS gain of function (defended 11/27/2017)
  • Imane HAMDI : Biological impact of biomolecules from microalgaes on mammalian cultured cells (defended 06/26/2017)
  • Alix MEPHON-GASPARD: Structure et dynamique des fagots de microtubules : implication de la protéine Tau et application aux neurones (defended 11/07/16)
  • Dmitry KRETOV: Mechanisms of YB-1/nucleic acids interaction and its implication in diverse cellular processes (defended 06/20/2016)
  • Meryem SARI HASSOUN: Impact of plant extracts of Algerian desert on cytoskeleton and cell division (defended 11/23/2015)
  • Ouissame BOUNEDJAH: Mechanisms of stress granules assembly under oxidative and osmotic stresses. (defended 03/14/2014)
  • Lucie HUYNH: Molecular dynamics simulation study of lipid monolayers.(defended 09/19/2013)
  • Alexandre JACOB: Modelling contribution to the study of the toxicity and the hydrosolubility of organic molecules(defended 12/10/2012)