Erika Bullier, MSc
I have a Master’s degree in Cellular and Molecular Physiology and my areas of expertise are molecular biology, biochemistry, immunohistochemistry and bioinformatics. My previous work at the French Research Institute (CNRS-IRD) and the Belgian University focused on various topics including Hevea necrosis disease, Cholera genome, and Coffee tree genomic mapping.
I was recruited in 2005 at the Sorbonne University (formerly Pierre and Marie Curie University) as an Assistant Ingenieur. I worked for 8 years with the team "Study of the Establishment of the initial segment of the motor neuron during embryonic development in mice" followed by 2 years in the team "Development of the spinal organization".
Since January 2016, I have been working in the Hong lab focusing on using the CRISPR-Cas9 technique to modify cholinergic signaling to understand how it impacts the formation of neuronal circuits during embryonic development.
In parallel with my research work, I am also the lab manager and prevention and security agent within the Neuroscience department.