Dr. Lorène Brunello
Lorène obtained her Master degree in Neuroscience in 2017 from the university of Montpellier (France). After receiving a Labex EpigenMed PhD scholarships, she joined Dimitris Xirodimas’ lab in Montpellier. Her PhD focused on the characterization of the nuclear protein quality control in mammals and understanding how the nucleus can eliminate nuclear protein aggregates. Lorène joined the Stolz lab in April 2022 as a post-doctoral researcher in order to broaden her expertise in quality control and investigate processes of selective autophagy in mammals.