Research

Our overarching goal is to understand the impact of mechanical stress on the living, with a strong emphasis on cancer. To this end, our research is subdivided into two main subgoals: the universal impact of compressive stress on the living, and the specificities of compressive stress on cancer. We indeed believe that solutions can come from the most unexpected places, and that studying various organisms from bacteria to yeasts all the way to mammalian cells can help us decipher the impact of compressive stress.

Impact of solid stress on cancer progression and treatment

Study of universal behaviors to compressive stress


Present and past funding