PHARMACOLOGY AND STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY OF MEMBRANE PROTEINS
Department : Physiology - Research axis : GPCR signaling

 

Research subject

Transmembrane signaling is crucial to human physiology and disease but the molecular mechanisms of such an important process is poorly understood. Our research focuses on the molecular and structural bases of membrane protein signal transduction using molecular pharmacology and structural biology approaches. More particularly, we are studying key signaling proteins that possess an important potential for drug discovery programs such as seven transmembrane proteins (GPCRs and PAQRs).

 

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Team

Team leader

Sébastien Granier
CRCN, Inserm


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Staff

Cherine Bechara
MCF, UM


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Simon Fontanel
IE CDD, CNRS


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Mathieu Fortier
Post-doctorant(e), Inserm


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Claire Grison
Post-doctorant(e), UM


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Robert Healey
Post-doctorant(e), Inserm


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Paul Lambey
IE CDD, Inserm


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Cédric Leyrat
CRCN, Inserm


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Fanny Peysson
IE CDD, Inserm


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Julie Saint-Paul
IE CDD, Inserm


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Rémy Sounier
CRCN, Inserm


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Ieva Vasiliauskaite
Post-doctorant(e), Inserm


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