Christophe Poulet
Biologist | Data Scientist | PhD in Tumour Genetics | Web developer

About Me

Find the clone that will relapse.

Christophe Poulet

Computational & Molecular Biologist

Hello, I am an inventive biologist that lives in SF. I hold a PhD degree in Bioinformatics and Molecular Genetics, from the University of Liege, Belgium.

My main goal is to identify and model the genetic events that drive tumourigenesis from one aberrant cell to such a complex and heterogeneous mixture of genetics.

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Isolate signal within mixtures.

I am convinced of the tumour evolution theory. Such Tumorigenesis may lead to the genesis of numerous populations carrying distinct genetic material.

Relapses are still inevitable for many types of tumors, and such events may result from genetics that are resistant to therapy.

My Skills

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NGS 80%
Microarrays 100%
Statistics 70%
Advanced Stats 70%
Advanced Stats 70%

Work Experience

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    Web Developer

    Project manager in Backend development (Database and Code)

  2. GIGA, Human Genetics Unit (Prof V.Bours)

    Computational and Molecular Biologist (PhD Thesis)

    Project manager in Production and Analysis of "omics" data.

  3. MRC, Neuroscience Lab (Prof F. Turkheimer)

    Data analyst (Visiting PhD Student)

    Project manager in Statistical analyses.

  4. ULG, Mass Spec Lab (Prof E. DePauw)

    Biochemist (Proteomic Master Degree Internship)

    Role in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.

  5. CNRS, NeuroImmuno Lab (Prof M.Salzet)

    Biologist (Volunteer)

    Role in Molecular Biology.

  6. NeuroPhysioPatho Lab (Prof JC. Beauvillain)

    Biologist (Volunteer)

    Role in Molecular Biology.


Reach steps one after the others.

PhD in Bioinformatics & Genetics

GIGA, University of Liège, Belgium

NGS & Microarrays


M.Sc in Proteomics

USTL Lille 1, France



M.Sc in Molecular Biology

USTL Lille 1, France


B.Sc in Molecular Biology

USTL Lille 1, France



* Equal contribution

Connexin 30 expression inhibits growth of human malignant gliomas but protects them against radiation therapy

M. Artesi, J. Kroonen, M. Bredel, M. Nguyen-Khac, M. Deprez, L. Schoysman, C. Poulet, A. Chakravarti, H. Kim, D. Scholtens, T. Seute, B. Rogister, V. Bours, and P. A. Robe.




Expression pattern of synaptic vesicle protein 2 ({SV2}) isoforms in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy and hippocampal sclerosis

J. Crevecoeur, R. M. Kaminski, B. Rogister, P. Foerch, C. Vandenplas, M. Neveux, M. Mazzuferi, J. Kroonen, C. Poulet, D. Martin, B. Sadzot, E. Rikir, H. Klitgaard, G. Moonen, and M. Deprez.


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Lung function and airway inflammation monitoring after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

C. Moermans, C. Poulet, M. Henket, C. Bonnet, E. Willems, F. Baron, Y. Beguin, and R. Louis.

Resp med


In vivo tumorigenesis was observed after injection of in vitro expanded neural crest stem cells isolated from adult bone marrow

S. Wislet-Gendebien*, C. Poulet*, V. Neirinckx, B. Hennuy, J. Swingland, E. Laudet, L. Sommer, O. Shakova, V. Bours, and B. Rogister.

PloS one


Mesenchymal stem cells and neural crest stem cells from adult bone marrow: characterization of their surprising similarities and differences

S. Wislet-Gendebien, E. Laudet, V. Neirinckx, P. Alix, P. Leprince, A. Glejzer, C. Poulet, B. Hennuy, L. Sommer, O. Shakhova, et al.



Wnt1 and BMP2: two factors recruiting multipotent neural crest progenitors isolated from adult bone marrow

A. Glejzer, E. Laudet, P. Leprince, B. Hennuy, C. Poulet, O. Shakhova, L. Sommer, B. Rogister, and S. Wislet-Gendebien.



Nothing in the biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.

sub specie evolutionis

- Theodosius Dobzhansky (1973) -

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