Christelle Langevin studied microbiology at the University Paris XI, and received her PhD in Virology in 2003. From 2003 to 2010, she worked at Institute for research on agriculture, food, and the environnent (INRAE) and Pasteur Institute as a Post-doc on prion diseases. Since 2010, as INRAE researcher, she leads projecst on host – pathogen interactions. Using zebrafish larvae as a biomedical model, she contributes to study the virulence of diverse pathogens and host responses focused on activation and regulation of interferon pathway. Since 2012, she is the scientific manager of a zebrafish phenotyping platform, which aims to provide services to the scientific community through (1) producing in vivo models for the study of infectiology and immunity and (2) screening therapeutic molecules targeting animal or human health diseases. Recent R&D activities focussed on novel tools for in vivo visualization of nucleic acid immunity combining zebrafish imaging and nanotechnology.
Christelle Langevin, Experimental Infectiology Unit for rodents and fish – Université Paris-Saclay, INRAE UE 0907, 78350, Jouy-en-Josas, France.