Affiliation: NYU New York
Education: PhD, Toulouse University, FR
Research Areas: scRNA-seq, root development, stem cells, mycorrhizal symbiosis, peptides
In 2013, Dr. Bruno Guillotin received his Master in Plant Biology from UPMC, Université VI Pierre et Marie Curie, including his Master thesis on rhizobial symbiosis from the VIB (Ghent, BE) in the team of Sofie Goormachtig. Then, he moved to Toulouse (FR), where he earned his PhD on mycrrohizal symbiosis in 2016 under the supervision of Professor Guillaume Bécard at the University Paul Sabatier. After a year as a Reasearch manager in the startup company Micropep, he moves in 2018 to New Yorks as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the team of Kenneth Birnbaum. He wins the Human Frontiers Grant in 2019 to pursue his research in the same group. His reaseach focuses on root development, root regeneration using the novel approach of single cell RNA seq.