MeLiS teams are interested in the molecular mechanisms operating in a variety of cellular compartments, from cilia, membranes, axons, to synapses and circuits, with a focus on neuronal and muscular cells.
We investigate a range of biological processes and their alterations in human diseases affecting developing, adult and aging organisms.
We use a diversified approach taking advantage of a large panel of models, including: drosophila, C. elegans, zebrafish, chicken, mouse, and human. Our studies combine genetics, large-scale molecular analyses, in vivo manipulations, behavioral assays, with strong emphasis on microscopy techniques (super-resolution microscopy, expansion microscopy, in vivo 2-photon, light sheet microscopy, electron microscopy) and image quantification (segmentation, animal tracking, time-series).
Once in Lyon - by public transportationThe "Grange Blanche" stops of the D subway line, T2, and T5 tram lines, and Bus lines C8, C13, C16, C26 are right in front of our building.
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Once on campusGo up the main stairs, take a right and follow the corridor to the D stairwell.
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MeLiS | CNRS UMR 5284 | INSERM U1314
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1
Institut NeuroMyoGène – Faculté de Médecine
8 avenue Rockefeller