Research in Drug Development (RD3)

Microbiology, Bioorganic and Macromolecular Chemistry

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The study of microorganisms, their virulence factors and drugs able to target them. My two main axes of research are human papillomaviruses (HPV) and mycobacteria. In virology, we are currently studying the regulation of the HPV-16 early gene expression and viral genome integration by various endogenic and iatrogenic factors. In mycobacteriology, our goals are to better characterize proteins involved in the synthesis of the waxy cell wall and to identify compounds able to inhibit the synthesis of this wall in order to target multidrug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

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