Sabine Suire

Sabine did her BSc degree at the University of Angers and Masters and PhD in Cell Biology and Physiology at P et M Curie -Paris 6. Her PhD practical work took place at Nouzilly, INRA under the supervision of F Guillou and focused on the regulation of transferrin gene by the follitropin in Sertoli cells. She moved to UK for her first post-doc at the Babraham Institute (F. Stewart) for studying the role of lipocalin on early stage of mare pregnancy. At the dawn of the new millennium, she moved to the Inositide lab, where she has been working on the regulation of PI3Kγ by Ras in mouse neutrophils ever since.