She obtained her PhD from the University of Lyon in 2008. After a 5-year postdoc at the Genome Institute of Singapore, where she studied different aspects of somatic cell reprogramming, she joined the Savatier team in 2013 to work on pluripotency in non-human primates. She studies the transcriptome of the macaque pre-implantation, and reprograms ES cell lines suitable for the generation of somatic chimaeras in the rhesus macaque.
|2017||26(2):367-382||Personalized genome sequencing coupled with iPSC technology identifies GTDC1 as a gene involved in neurodevelopmental disorders||Aksoy I, Utami KH, Winata CL, Hilmer AM, Rouam SL, Briault S, Davila S, Stanton LW, Cacheux V||Hum Mol Genet||-|
|2017||24:106-117||Reprogramming of rabbit induced pluripotent stem cells toward epiblast and chimeric competency using Krüppel-like factors||Tapponnier Y, Afanassieff M, Aksoy I, Aubry M, Moulin A, Medjani L, Bouchereau W, Osteil P, Nurse-Francis J, Oikonomakos I, Joly T, Jouneau L, Archilla C, Schmaltz-Panneau B, Peynot N, Barasc H, Pinton A, Lecardonnel J, Gocza E, Beaujean N, Duranthon V, Savatier P||Stem Cell Res||-|