Programme doctoral IC-3i

Ancien programme doctoral de l'Institut Curie

IC-3i est l'ancien programme doctoral international de l'Institut Curie en place de 2015 à 2019. Il était cofinancé par le programme de recherche et d'innovation Horizon 2020 de l'Union européenne dans le cadre de la convention de subvention Marie Sklodowska-Curie n° 666003.

41 doctorants recrutés sur 4 ans ont bénéficié de ce programme doctoral interdisciplinaire, intersectoriel et international de haut niveau appelé IC3i.

Les doctorants IC3i, représentant 22 nationalités, effectuent des recherches dans un environnement dynamique basé sur les approches pluridisciplinaires et l'excellence offertes par plus de 85 groupes de recherche comprenant les 12 départements de recherche de l'Institut Curie regroupés en 4 domaines et un département translationnel :


Thèse de doctorat IC-3i par sujet de recherche

PhD thesis by research topic



Thèses IC-3i

Last name First name Supervisor(s) Unit Thesis title
Ghosh Deepanjan Sophie Bombard & Marie-Paule Teulade-Fichou

UMR 9187 / U1196

Deciphering the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying the radiosentizing activity of metal complexes: Towards the development of drug candidates for improving chemoradiotherapy for  cancer treatment
Hoffmann Sebastian Daniele Fachinetti UMR 144 A genetic memory initiates the epigenetic loop necessary to preserve centromere position
Alraies Zahraa Ana-Maria Lennon, Nicolas Manel & Matthieu Piel U 932 The transcriptional response of dendritic cells to mechanical stress dictates their steady-state migration to the lymph node
Eisele Almut Leïla Perié UMR 168 The single-cell kinetics of hematopoietic stem cell differentiation after transplantation-the steady state and the effect of erythropoietin : the steady state and the effect of erythropoietin
Rajan Gokul Filippo Del Bene UMR 3215 Divergence of exploratory locomotion and the underlying neuronal circuitry in two closely related vertebrate species
Climente Héctor Véronique Stoven & Chloé Azencott U 900 Network-guided genome-wide association studies
Silina Linda François Radvanyi  & Pierre Verrelle UMR 144 / UMR 3664 Targeting TYRO3 : A Novel Strategy to Radiosensitise Bladder Cancer Cells
Sarkar Trinish Pascal Silberzan UMR 168 Criss-cross bilayering of cell sheets
Mikhajlov Oleg Patricia Bassereau UMR 168 Dynamics of early stages of cell adhesion on fluid substrates
Al -Zouabi Lara Allison Bardin UMR 3215 Mechanisms of spontaneous loss of heterozygosity in adult stem cells
Carpentieri Jacopo Amerigo Alexandre Baffet & Franck Perez UMR 144 Microcephaly-causing WDR81 mutation alters endosomal trafficking of EGFR and leads to reduced progenitor cell proliferation
Curras Alonso Sandra Arturo Londoño‐Vallejo UMR 3244 Lung responses to radiation injury at the single cell level
Kerlin Maciej Antoine Coulon UMR 3664 Gene coregulation in cis within the 3D genome – A single-molecule imaging study
Suresh Samyuktha Thierry Dubois Translational Research Analysis of the Protein Arginine Methyltransferases 1 (PRMT1) and 4 (PRMT4) in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Galgani Tommaso Mathieu Coppey & Bassam Hajj UMR 168 Selective and volumetric fluorescence microscopy for single-molecule localization in crowded environments
Benito Martinez Silvia Cédric Delevoye UMR 144 A new cell model to study human skin pigmentation in keratinocytes and characterization of the melanin reservoir in health and disease
Vivet Noguer Raquel Samar Al Safadi & Sergio Roman Roman Translational Research Role of SF3B1 Mutations in Uveal Melanoma Oncogenesis
Weitao Wang Chunlong Chen UMR 3244 Genome-Wide Mapping of Human DNA Replication by Optical Replication Mapping Supports a Stochastic Model of Eukaryotic Replication
Chaiyasitdhi Atitheb Pascal Martin UMR 168 Morphology control of the hair-cell bundle for frequency-selective auditory detection
Derrien Anne-Cécile Marc-Henri Stern U830 Functional genomics characterization of genetic predisposing factors in uveal melanoma
Samandar Eweis Dureen Julie Plastino UMR 168 Asymmetric division in single cell nematode embryos outside the Caenorhabditis genus
Gannavarapu Venkata Ram Danijela Matic Vignjevic & Stéphanie Descroix UMR 144 Arp2/3 maintains cell-cell junctions to preserve epithelial tissue integrity in gut homeostasis
Ozguc Ozge Jean-Léon Maître U934/UMR 3215 Mechanical and molecular regulation of periodic cortical waves of contraction
Lee Ming-Kang Raphaël Margueron U934/UMR 3215 Functional and Therapeutical Implications of BAP1 Inactivation in Cancers
Franco Pinto Jaime Anton Grazhan UMR 9187 / U1196 Strategies to inhibit O⁶-methylguanine-DNA-methyltransferase (MGMT) for combination chemotherapy of temozolomide-resistant gliomas
Pettiwala Aafrin Giorgio Seano UMR 3347 / U1021 Multi-scale imaging and study of vessel co-option in glioblastoma
Villar Javiera Elodie Segura U830 Identification of new molecular regulators of human monocyte differentiation
Mathur Pallavi Kristine Schauer UMR 144 Role of altered lysosome positioning in bladder cancer progression
Sabaté Cadenas Xavier Alena Shkumatava U934/UMR 3215 Identification and targeting of non-coding RNA – protein interactions
Lian Yen-Ling Franck Perez UMR 144 Mechanisms of retrograde transport from Golgi apparatus to endoplasmic reticulum
Carabaña Claudia Silvia Fre U934/UMR 3215 Defining cell fate specification of mouse Mammary Stem Cells in 4D
Fernandes Gonçalo Nathalie Dostatni UMR 3664 Imaging transcription in living embryos to decipher the robustness of patterning
Da Câmara Ribeiro Dantas Marcel Isambert Hervé & Anne-Sophie Hamy-Petit UMR 168 Learning interpretable causal networks from very large datasets, application to 400,000 medical records of breast cancer patients
Kovacs Marton Tibor Raphaël Ceccaldi U830 DNA damage-induced nuclear envelope rupture : A new cancer vulnerability
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