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Champagne, Julien

Julien Champagne

Postdoctoral fellow


I received my doctoral degree from Montpellier University (France) in 2018. During my PhD, I characterized the function of Cyclin D1 protein in the survival of healthy and cancer cells. To do so, in my previous team we developed a new hypersensitive protein detection method named Tandem-HTRF that could be used in clinics for diagnosis. We also used an upgraded version of RNA interference to uncover the clinical relevance of Cyclin D1 targeting in cancer cells. In October 2018, I joined the lab of Prof. Reuven Agami as a postdoctoral fellow. Here, my research interest is to understand how translation is regulated in cancer cells, especially after a specific amino-acid depletion.