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CV Deputy director Marylin Vantard

Deputy Director of the Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences
(GIN) (app. 250 persons)
University Grenoble Alpes, France.


1983: Ph.D., Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg, France.
1995: Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches – Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg, France


1981-1984: MSc & PhD Student, AM Lambert lab, Botanical Institute, Strasbourg, France
1985-1986: Postdoctoral fellow, University of Oregon, USA (Dir A Bajer)
1986-1997: CNRS Scientist Research, IBMP (Dir JH Weil), Strasbourg, France
1999-2009: Group Leader, Cellular and Plant Physiology Laboratory (LPCV), Grenoble, France
2009-2014; Scientific Project Manager, LPCV, Grenoble
2003-2010: Head of LPCV (app. 80 persons), CNRS UMR 5168 / CEA / INRA / University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble



1996: “Petit Dormoy” prize from the French Academy of Science
1997: ATIP from CNRS (Young Investigator award from CNRS).



5 selected publications

  • Portran, D., Zoccoler, M., Gaillard, J., Stoppin-Mellet, V., Neumann, E., Arnal, I., Martiel, J.L., Vantard*, M. (2013) MAP65/Ase1 increase microtubule flexibility. MBoC, 24 : 1964-1973 (selected Faculty of 1000).

  • Su, X., Arellano-Santoyo, H., Portran, D., Vantard, M., Théry, M., Pellman*, D. (2013) Microtubule sliding activity of a kinesin-8 promotes spindle assembly and spindle length control. Nat Cell Biol, 15 : 948-957.

  • Stoppin-Mellet*, V., Fache, V., Portran, D., Martiel, J.L., Vantard*, M. (2013) MAP65 coordinate microtubule growth during bundle formation. Plos One, 8 (2).

  • Gaillard, J., L. Ramabhadran, V., Neumann, E., Gurel, P., Blanchoin, L., Vantard*, M, Higgs*, H. (2011) Differential interaction of the formins INF2, mDia1 and mDia2 with microtubules. MBoC, 22: 4575-87.

  • Gaillard, J., Neumann, E., Van Damme, D., Stoppin-Mellet, V., Ebel, C., Barbier, E., Geelen, D. and Vantard*, M. (2008) Two microtubule-associated proteins of Arabidopsis MAP65s promote anti-parallel microtubule bundling. MBoC, 19: 4534-4544 (selected Faculty of 1000).


Updated on February 3, 2016

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