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Alexandre Jourdon, PhD

Associate Research Scientist in the Child Study Center

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Alexandre Jourdon, PhD



Associate Research Scientist in the laboratory of Flora Vaccarino at Yale, Alexandre studies brain development and Autism Spectrum Disorder in vitro using induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC) and single-cell Omics. He obtained his PhD in Paris, working in the laboratory of Patrick Charnay in the Biological Institute of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS), and has a MSc in Neuroscience (Paris University UPMC) and a Bioingeneering Degree from INSA (Lyon, France). Alex interests revolve around developmental neuroscience, stem cells biology and single-cell omics. He worked on adult neurogenesis in mice, cortical development in iPSCs and regulatory networks derived from omics data.

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  • PhD
    Sorbonne Université of Paris, Developmental Biology

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