Baptiste Alric

Baptiste Alric

Baptist was born in Noisy-le-sec, hometown of Ferdinand Frédéric Henri Moissan – 1906 Chemistry Nobel Price for the isolation of fluor. He was always interested in the physical aspects of the living. He did his undergrad in Physics before obtaining a Master degree from the Physics of Living program of the University Toulouse 3, that he followed with an internship in the CERCO lab on the implication of background noises on cognitive task. This time in the lab allowed him to discover research and gave him the envy to do and know more.

Baptiste looked for topics at the interface between Physics and Biology, and obtained a second Master degree in Neuroscience Behavior and Cognition from the University Toulouse 3, followed by an internship in the MINDING team of the CRCA lab on the creation and experimental validation of a simulation on cellular models.

He is now doing his PhD in the MILE team with Morgan. Baptiste is working on various aspects of the impact of mechanical stress on microorganisms in order to understand universal behaviors, with an emphasis on metabolism: how does a cell adapt metabolically when challenged mechanically?


Current members

Lucie Albert
PhD student
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS
MMBM team, IPGG
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Baptiste Alric
PhD student
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS
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Zacchari Ben Meriem
Post-doc
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS
Team 17, CRCT (invited)
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Mickaël Di Luoffo
Post-doc
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS
Team 17, CRCT (invited)
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Laure Le Blanc
PhD student
Pathogenesis of vascular infection, Institut Pasteur
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS (invited)
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Pauline Lefebvre
Post-doc
Team 17, CRCT
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS (invited)
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Morgan Delarue
CNRS researcher
MILE team, LAAS-CNRS
Team 17, CRCT (invited)
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Alumni

Ilaria Rizzuti
PhD student
09/2018-12/2019
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Xuefeng Zhao
M2 student
03/2019-09/2019
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Manon Moré
M2 student
02/2019-07/2019
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G. Lemercier
Post doc
10/2018-06/2019
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