Celine Bouchoux

Trained as a geneticist, I turned into a biochemist during my PhD on the regulation of RNA Polymerase I transcription in France. In 2005, I started my postdoc in Frank’s lab, where I have been a resident biochemist ever since. I first studied how the essential phosphatase Cdc14 ensures a timely mitotic exit; my work then focused on Eco1, an acetyl transferase required to promote sister chromatid cohesion establishment during S-phase.

In 2015 and in parallel to my research work, I also took on the role of lab manager.