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Bacterial Genome Plasticity unit<br>
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Department of Genomes & Genetics<br>
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25-28 rue du Docteur Roux<br>
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75015 Paris - France<br>
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[mailto:cambray@pasteur.fr cambray@pasteur.fr]
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*Guillaume Cambray
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I'm a 4<sup>th</sup> year PhD student in the [[mazel|mazel's lab]] at the [http://www.pasteur.fr/ip/easysite/go/03b-00002j-000/en Pasteur Institute].<br>
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*Pasteur Institute, Paris
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I'm mainly working on evolutionary aspect of integrons.
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I'm basically interested in any evolutionary process.<br>
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From competiting chemical reaction to competition of idea, the very concept of natural selection provide an homogeneous conceptual framework to approach nearly every aspect of life.<br>
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Bacteria are very good models to study evolution mechanism experimentally and somehow allows to test some theoretical predictions in the real world! To me, it's very important to go back and forth from the bench to the computer. Experimental work avoid one forgetting that everything 's not just so easy!!! While theory is ideas... and ideas are what make science going on!<br><br>
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I've been working for a while on the application, and to some extent on the theoretical aspects, of a principle to manipulate gene's evolvability. The paper [http://www.plosgenetics.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pgen.1000256 Synonymous Genes Explore Different Evolutionary Landscapes] is freely available in [http://www.plosgenetics.org PLoS Genetics], feel free to leave a comment there. With financial support from the Pasteur Institute, we have patented both the idea and its embodiment as a [http://mobyle.pasteur.fr?form=elp software] ressource.<br><br>
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I am now working on some evolutionary aspect of superintegrons. Superintegrons provide an impressive ressource for bacterial adaptation but little is really known on the dynamic of these specialized genetic element. We have made what I think to be a very interesting discovery, and the paper is about to be sent...<br><br>
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I 've also started a collaboration with a good friend, [http://www.ese.u-psud.fr/bases/upresa/pages/chevin/index.html Luis-Miguel Chevin] just passed his PhD on very theoretical stuff. We're trying to modelize evolution of some superintegrons properties under fluctuating environment, which sounds promising...
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== Education==
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Not yet !!!
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#Paper1 pmid=6947258
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#Cambray-2008 pmid=19008944
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Guillaume Cambray

Guillaume Cambray

Bacterial Genome Plasticity unit
Department of Genomes & Genetics
25-28 rue du Docteur Roux
75015 Paris - France
cambray@pasteur.fr

I'm a 4th year PhD student in the mazel's lab at the Pasteur Institute.
I'm mainly working on evolutionary aspect of integrons.

Research Interests

I'm basically interested in any evolutionary process.
From competiting chemical reaction to competition of idea, the very concept of natural selection provide an homogeneous conceptual framework to approach nearly every aspect of life.
Bacteria are very good models to study evolution mechanism experimentally and somehow allows to test some theoretical predictions in the real world! To me, it's very important to go back and forth from the bench to the computer. Experimental work avoid one forgetting that everything 's not just so easy!!! While theory is ideas... and ideas are what make science going on!

I've been working for a while on the application, and to some extent on the theoretical aspects, of a principle to manipulate gene's evolvability. The paper Synonymous Genes Explore Different Evolutionary Landscapes is freely available in PLoS Genetics, feel free to leave a comment there. With financial support from the Pasteur Institute, we have patented both the idea and its embodiment as a software ressource.

I am now working on some evolutionary aspect of superintegrons. Superintegrons provide an impressive ressource for bacterial adaptation but little is really known on the dynamic of these specialized genetic element. We have made what I think to be a very interesting discovery, and the paper is about to be sent...

I 've also started a collaboration with a good friend, Luis-Miguel Chevin just passed his PhD on very theoretical stuff. We're trying to modelize evolution of some superintegrons properties under fluctuating environment, which sounds promising...

Education

Not yet !!!

Publications

  1. Cambray G and Mazel D. . pmid:19008944. PubMed HubMed [Cambray-2008]
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