Anne Royou’s Fly Lab

Group “Control and Dynamics of Cell Division”

UMR 5095 (CNRS/Université de Bordeaux)

The Team

Anne Royou

Following a bachelor degree in physiology and cell biology, Anne Royou did a postgraduate degree in molecular and cellular genetics at the Université Paris XI. She did her PhD thesis under the guidance of Dr. Karess, at the Centre de Génétique Moléculaire in Gif-sur-Yvette, studying the role of non-muscle myosin II during development in Drosophila. Following her PhD, she joined Dr. William Sullivan’s lab at the Unviersity of California, Santa Cruz, as a post-doctoral fellow. There, she became interested in the mechanisms that preserve genome integrity during cell division. She obtained a CNRS permanent position in 2009, an ATIP/Avenir grant in 2010 and was recruited as a team leader at IECB in 2011.

Current Team Members

Name Position E-mail
Anne Royou Team leader (CR1 CNRS)
Marie-Charlotte Claverie Research assistant
Émilie Montembault, PhD CR2 CNRS
Irène Deduyer PhD student
Noluen Touly Research assistant

Past Team Members

Name Position
Lou Bouit Research assistant
Nicolas Derive PhD student
Nabila Founounou, PhD Postdoctoral fellow
Damien Goutte-Gattat, PhD Postdoctoral fellow
Émilie Jamet Research assistant
James Jenkins, PhD Postdoctoral fellow
Cédric Landmann PhD student
Priscillia Pierre-Eliès Research assistant
Yoann Planchenault Research assistant
Cédric Soler, PhD Postdoctoral fellow
Jérôme Toutain, PharmD Bordeaux University Hospital