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Anne-Claire holds a BSc from the University of Burgundy (Dijon, France) and a MSc of Molecular and Cellular Biology from Pierre & Marie Curie University (Paris VI, France).  She moved to Reunion Island in 2009 to join a Biotech, managing R&D projects in the field of regenerative medicine. She was awarded a PhD from the University of Reunion Island in 2012 and continued gaining expertise in stem cell biology and adipose tissue chronic inflammation.

In 2016, Anne-Claire decided to explore the field of cancer research, leading preclinical studies for novel cancer therapies in a CRO (France).

In 2018 Anne-Claire joined Winton group as a Research Associate, challenging herself in the area of intestinal epithelial stem cells and the development of colorectal cancer. Her current project is aimed at understanding stem cell behaviour. She is investigating clonal dynamics in the human colon of IBD or CRC patients and analysing the distribution of genetic variations that are associated to cancer risk.

Work address: 
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute University of Cambridge Li Ka Shing Centre Robinson Way Cambridge CB2 0RE