Marie Trottmann completed her master degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the university of Lyon 1 in 2019. During her Master2 she specialized in Bioimaging and joined the Heinrich's team. Following her internship, she presented her PhD projet to the BMIC doctorale school jury and succesfully optained 3 years of public funding to finance it. She is currently working on dissecting molecular mechanisms underlying astroglia to neuron direct lineage reprogramming in vitro and in vivo using omics approches.
|2021||28(12):2104-2121||Reprogramming reactive glia into interneurons reduces chronic seizure activity in a mouse model of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy||Célia Lentini, Marie d'Orange, Nicolás Marichal, Marie-Madeleine Trottmann, Rory Vignoles, Louis Foucault, Charlotte Verrier, Céline Massera, Olivier Raineteau, Karl-Klaus Conzelmann, Sylvie Rival-Gervier, Antoine Depaulis, Benedikt Berninger, Christophe Heinrich||Cell Stem Cell||-|