Mathéa Pietri, associate professor, researcher at T3S lab, Team Stem cells, Signaling and prions & manager of the BioMedical Engineering master 1 at Université de Paris, who believed in our team from the beginning. Our team would have not existed without her support. She provided us with precious advice regarding project conduction and fundraising.
John Allan, post doc in the Hub for Biotechnology in the Built Environment at Northumbria University and former iGEMer, who shared with us his experience with iGEM, guided us through this amazing adventure and gave us advice regarding the competition and project conduction.
Pierre Nioche, associate professor, researcher at T3S lab, Team Stem cells, Signaling and prions, Université de Paris, who welcomed our team in his laboratory and trained us in molecular biology and biochemistry methods. He advised us throughout the project to build our toehold switch sensors.
Mounira Tiouajni, assistant engineer at T3S lab, and Aurélie Alleaume-Butaux, assistant engineer at T3S lab, Team Stem cells, Signaling and prions, Université de Paris, who gave us some little tips and tricks for the lab and made us feel part of their team!
Chloé Bizingre, PhD student at T3S lab, Université de Paris, who trained us in MCF-7 cell culture, exosome extraction and western blot.
Luiz Ribeiro, , PhD student at T3S lab, Université de Paris, who gave us PCR tubes and gloves with happiness!
Grégory Lavieu, professor and researcher at MSC lab, Université de Paris, who advised us in extracting exosomes protocol and miRNA isolation.
Zahra Al Amir Dache, postdoctoral researcher at MSC lab, Université de Paris, who guided us for HeLa cell culture.
Hugo Salmon, assistant professor and researcher at MSC lab, Université de Paris, who offered his help and expertise for the microfluidic device modeling and construction.
Céline Tomkiewicz-Raulet, engineer and researcher at T3S lab, Team MetaTox, Université de Paris, who guided us to choose the right materials and shared her time and expertise for miRNA quantification.
Manish Kushwaha, researcher at the Micalis Institute, INRAE, who shared with us his expertise in riboregulators and golden gate cloning method, and Doriane Blaise, Evry_Paris-Saclay team member, who shared with us the part BBa_K3453101.
Sophie Bernard, university professor, researcher at T3S lab, Team Myelination and Nervous system pathologies, and BioMedical Engineering master’s program chair at Université de Paris, who encouraged our team from all along the iGEM competition and supported us all the time.
Barbara Dallez, international and external relations office manager at Université de Paris, who was always willing to help us and shared tips and contacts with us.
Eddy Malrat, webmaster and Martin Deotto, external and international relations office deputy manager, at Université de Paris, who believed in our project from the beginning, advised us on communication and lent us photo and video equipment.
Abby Conner and Mathew Turk, iGEM ambassadors, who helped our team and our partners in the organisation of the French Meetup.
Valérie Lerouyer, scientific mediation officer at Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, who helped us with our stands and conferences during Fête de la Science. She was one of the managers of the event and helped in the organisation.
Cécile Drai, assistant to the deputy director of communication at Université de Paris, who helped us to create our conference to popularize our project and who coordinated our youtube live during Fête de la Science at Université de Paris.
Iris Pauporté, research delegate at La Ligue contre le Cancer, who believed in our project and ambitions and proposed our project to their National Scientific Committee.
Milena Dorce, head of scientific popularization and research at Association Aïda, who invites us to be involved in their different missions to sensibilize and communicate about science with the population.
We would like to thank all our sponsors, without whom this project would not have been possible
Stéphanie Grisel : senior marketing digital specialist at Promega France. To have believed in us, gave us info about promega products and advised us about how we needed to think to optimize our order.
James Cooper : account manager at PCR Biosystems, who had believed in us, gave us advice and worked with us to make our partnership successful.
Maud Sagnelonge : account manager at New Englands Biolabs France. Our main contact with NEB France in order to order and if we had any questions.