Responsable d'équipe "Dynamique Membranaire & Virus" (MDV team)
Chargée de recherche de classe normale (CRCN) CNRS
Dynamique Membranaire & Virus (MDV)
After a Master 2 in Virology at the Pasteur Institute (Paris, France), Raph joined in 2009 the lab of Dr. Philippe Benaroch at Institut Curie (Paris, France) as a PhD student. Raph worked on the dynamics of HIV-1 assembly in primary macrophages and became an “aficionado” of imaging approaches to study viral infections. He defended in 2012 and moved as a post-doc to the lab of Dr. Tom Kirchhausen (Harvard Medical School and Children’s Hospital, Boston MA, USA) to further gain experience in advanced microscopy techniques applied to basic cell biology and viral infection studies. Specifically, Raph developed CRISPR/Cas9 techniques to study clathrin-mediated endocytosis and Junin virus entry. During his investigations, a promising novel broad-spectrum antiviral molecule was discovered. After 4 years in the US, Raph obtained funding from the Atip-Avenir program and moved back to France in 2016 to establish his independent team in Strasbourg (Inserm U1110). He obtained his “Habilitation à diriger des recherches (HDR)” in 2017 and a permanent position (CRCN) at CNRS in 2018 with the support of IRIM. Since Oct 2018, Raph and the MDV team members joined IRIM (Montpellier, France), a stimulating environment with exciting science at every corner!
Raph has been elected as a member of the counsel of the “Societé de Biologie Cellulaire de France” (SBCF) since 2016 and serves as an editor of the internationally peer-reviewed journals “Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology” since 2018 and "Biology of the Cell" since 2019.
email : raphael.gaudin(AT)irim.cnrs.fr
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