Chargée de recherche
Ilaria got her Bachelor and Master degrees in medical biotechnology at the San Raffaele University in Milan. She received her PhD in the lab of Denis Jabaudon at the University of Geneva, where she investigated the molecular mechanisms underlining mouse neocortical diversity. After graduating, she moved to Christian Mayer lab at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology in Munich for her postdoc. There, she developed an in vivo clonal tracking system to unveil the role of lineage in generating the cell diversity of the developing mouse forebrain. She now joined the lab of Ludovic Telley, where she will contribute to investigating the clonal relationships of cerebellar cell types during development.
Research group of Ludovic Telley
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