Nadine Peyrieras

She obtained her PhD degree in 1986 in Biochemistry (Pasteur Institute and ENS Cachan) focusing her research on the Biosynthesis of Calcium Dependent Cell Adhesion molecules (E-cadherin know at the time as Uvomorulin) in teratocarcinoma cells and mouse embryos. From 1986 to 1994, she worked as a CNRS junior research fellow in the laboratory of François Jacob at the Pasteur Institute then at the IBDML in the laboratory of Christo Goridis, investigating aspects of mouse embryonic development before joining the laboratory of Frederic Rosa (1995-2005). After 10 years of classical functional genetics on zebrafish gastrulation, she launched the “Genetic Networks and Cell Morphodynamics” team in 2005 in Gif-sur-Yvette in the laboratory of Philippe Vernier. The current BioEmergences laboratory, created by the CNRS in January 2015 was born from these 10 years of transdisciplinary work toward the so-called reconstruction of Multilevel Dynamics in Embryonic Morphogenesis from in vivo 3D+time multiscale imaging data. Nadine Peyriéras organized and co-organized courses and conferences including a series of international conferences devoted to interdisciplinary approaches of “Morphogenesis in Living Systems“ in the context of the international community of complex systems science, today gathered in the Unitwin UNESCO Complex Systems Digital Campus