Research assistant (CDD CNRS ERC XCycle)
Charlie obtained their Master’s degree in Tissular, Cellular, and Genic Biotherapies in 2019.
They worked as a research assistant for two years on a project aiming to understand the role of bronchial epithelial cells in the resolution of inflammation in cystic fibrosis.
They joined Rougeulle’s lab in April 2022 as a research assistant, and work on coordinating the cell culture lab.
Occasionally, Charlie dabbles in art.
- Shum M., London C., Briottet M., Sy KA, Baillif V., Philippe R., Zare A., Ghorbani-Dalini S., Remus N., Tarze A., Escabasse V., Epaud R., Dubourdeau M., and Urbach V.. CF Patients’ Airway Epithelium and Sex Contribute to Biosynthesis Defects of Pro-Resolving Lipids. Front. Immunol., 16 June 2022 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fimmu.2022.915261