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Christophe Royer

Wellcome Trust Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Christophe received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Strasbourg, France in 2002 and was awarded a Maters Degree in Molecular Pharmacology the following year. He earned a PhD from University College London in 2008 after investigating the cross-talks between Wnt signalling and the tumour supressor ASPP2. He moved to the University of Oxford with the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to pursue postdoctoral studies, investigating the role of apicobasal polarity during central nervous system development. In 2013, he joined the laboratory of Shankar Srinivas as a James Martin Stem Cell Research Fellow. His research interests now lie in understanding the mechanistic role of cellular architecture in directing cell fate decisions during early embryonic development.

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