Research & Publications
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.
Education & Training
- PhDSorbonne Université of Paris, Developmental Biology