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Claire Acquaviva
Marseille Cancer Research Centre
Claire Acquaviva obtained her PhD at Montpellier University working on the proteolytic regulation of Fos transcription factors in Dr. Marc Piechaczyk’s laboratory at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of Montpellier (IGMM). She worked as a post-doc in Jonathon Pines’ laboratory at the Gurdon Institute in Cambridge (UK) on the regulation of the cell cycle by proteolysis. She returned to France in Marseille to work on the centrosome, primary cilia, cell cycle regulation and associated pathologies in Dr. Daniel Birnbaum’s laboratory at the CRCM.
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Research Interests
Dr. Claire Acquaviva and Dr. Emilie Mamessier co-lead a group at the CRCM interested on Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and their contribution to cancer metastases. Their main research interest is focused on breast and colon cancers and aim at better defining CTCs at high risk of seeding metastases. For this, they are combining innovative technologies (single cells isolation, microfluidic …) with complex organoids generation, either as a source (tumoroid) or a receptacle (multicellular organoid) for CTCs.

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