CIT team

The genomic data of the program are collected and analyzed by the CIT team which is located at the LNCC (Ligue Nationale Contre le Cancer) and composed of 10 persons:

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For any questions related to the CIT program, please contact us at the following email address:  contact-cit@ligue-cancer.net

Current members:

  • Lucile Armenoult (2012-), plateform (wet lab) manager of the CIT program
  • Mira Ayadi (2013-), operational director of the CIT program
  • Aurélia Baures (2018-), wet lab scientific staff
  • Yuna Blum (2015-), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Aurélien de Reyniès (2003-), scientific director of the CIT program
  • Nabila Elarouci (2011-), data manager of the CIT program
  • Sylvie Job (2012-), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Vincent Jonchère (2015-), postdoctoral fellow
  • Aurélie Kamoun (2013-), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Sami Mahmoudi (2018-), computer engineer
  • Laetitia Marisa (2008-), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Rémy Nicolle (2015-), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Florent Petitprez (2015-), PhD student

Previous members:

  • Fabien Petel (2003-), manager of the Annotator database and of the information technologies
  • Etienne Becht (2012-2015), PhD student
  • Noémie Robil (2012-2015), PhD student
  • Eric Letouzé (2010-2014), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Jacqueline Métral (2003-2013), coordinator of the CIT program
  • Julien Laffaire (2009-2013), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Aliou Sow (2011-2012), developer
  • Laure Vescovo (2008-2012), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Renaud Schiappa (2007-2011), database curator
  • Emilie Thomas (2005-2010), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • Anne-Sophie Vallin (2007-2010), developer
  • Mickael Guedj (2007-2009), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • David Rickman (2003-2007), project manager in biostatistics / bioinformatics
  • William Versavel (2005-2007), developer