Engineering and technical Staff
Team "Molecular Pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease"
Claire Colace is a CNRS ingeneering assistant since 2005 and is specialized in cellular and molecular biology techniques. From 2011 to 2015, she worked on the functional characterization of long non coding RNAs specific to human β cells in vitro et in vivo. She is now part of a project aiming at identifying and investigating the role of long non coding RNAs potentially involved in Parkinson’s disease.
Molecular biology, large scale expression studies, gene transfer for gain and loss of function studies and cell culture.