We are five permanent researchers in the “Microfluidic for Life Science and Environment” (MILE) team. We specialize in the use of microfluidic to study problems linked to the living – transport, handling and analysis of molecular samples, or control of the microenvironment. More information is available on our dedicated page.
We have a strong ongoing collaboration with Julie Guillermet-Guibert, M. Delarue being an invited researcher in the Team 17 in the CRCT. The team of J. Guillermet-Guibert specializes in signaling and cancerogenesis in pancreatic cancer, using both in vitro cell line models as well as mouse models.