This year, IGEM Bordeaux restart again with C.elegans for new adventures and a new team composed by 17 students. We worked together through the year to realize our project and everyone contributed by doing specific works. We divided the group in three. One for the scientific part and laboratory experiments, a second for the informatic part of our project and a last for all sides.
First, we want to thank the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology for hosting us all the year for our interships and meetings.
We would like to thank the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology (IECB) for hosting us and supporting us all the year for our interships and meetings.
In this Institute, many professionals used to advise us during our internships and to lend us machines to work on our project. Thank you to:
Thomas Maucourt, Estelle Lesbros, Alexandre Bosdonnat, Peter Bock, Julia Gaboriaud, Nancy Randria, Cécilia Ostertag, Ikram Amara, Rémy Viannais, Pierre Ortalo, Julien Benetti, Guillaume Beucher.
They worked hard all along the year to realise their project.
Marguerite Batsale, Marie Didelon, Fatma Saleck and Christian Té.
They supported the team thanks to their experience in the IGEM competition.
Jean Descarpentrie supervised and gave many advices on the injection of our different genetic constructions and on the lab work.
Estelle Lesbros, Julia Gaboriaud, Miriam Amara and Guillaume Beucher and Alexandre Bosdonnat designed all the DNA primers and several approachs for the realization of the lab work.
Guillaume Beucher, Alexandre Bosdonnat, Fatma Saleck and Marguerite Batsale worked on the experimental strategy.
Special thanks to Nicolas Boisset who gave a lot of support and advices to us, in order to help us to realise our project.
Julien Benetti and Cécilia Ostertag proposed many ideas towards a better analyse of our worms.
Gary Bouchentouf, Thomas Maucourt and Pierre Ortalo worked on the sofware part. An RNA-Seq pipeline from May to October.
Estelle Lesbros and Guillaume Beucher worked during July.
Estelle Lesbros, Nancy Randria and Guillaume Beucher worked during August.
Marguerite Batsale provided many advices and help, supervising all the experimentations.
Christian Té and Rémy Viannais worked on the conception of the wiki page.
Rémy Viannais worked hard on the layout coding of the wiki and wrote the text about attributions and a first description of the project.
Gary Bouchentouf, Thomas Maucourt and Pierre Ortalo wrote the entire bioinformatic part.
Estelle Lesbros and Rémy Viannais wrote the team part.
Julien Benetti read many times the wiki to correct mistakes.
Estelle Lesbros and Peter Bock wrote the text about the team members.
Ikram Amarawrote about Human Practices.
Marguerite Batsale and Gary Bouchentouf looked for money in order to make laboratory experiment and let the team going to Boston.
Peter Bock and Estelle Lesbros took care about communication through our facebook page and Twitter account.
Special thanks to Amélie Laporte for the design of our logo and Savandara Besse for her help on the sponsoring folder.
Gary Bouchentouf was the speaker on the first event.
Marie Didelon and Christian Té were the speakers for the second event.
Fatma Saleck helped the team to find speakers in order to debate on a specific subject.
Marguerite Batsalehelped to organise each event.
Thomas Maucourt, Guillaume Beucher, Gary Bouchentouf and Pierre Ortalo prepared the presentation together with support of the rest of the team.
Rémy Viannais and Alexandre Bosdonnat worked on the first edition of our poster.
Thomas Maucourt and the rest of the team worked on the last edition of the poster.
Nicolas Delattre who designed our poster for our conference about CRISPR-Cas9. He also designed a sponsoring booklet to help in seeks funding
Amélie Laporte who helped us to make our facebook banner for the event page about our conference about CRISPR-Cas9.
AEBBCB student association for students in Biology in the University of Bordeaux, for inviting us in order to talk about the IGEM Competition.
AMBB student association in bioinformatics, for helping us to organise events in the University.
Marc Chevalier >from Talence innovation for supporting us and giving advices.