e-mail: daniel.kierzkowsk (at) umontreal.ca
Daniel is an assistant professor and principal investigator. He obtained M.Sc. in Plant Biology from the AgroParisTech, Paris, FR (2005), and his Ph.D. in Biology from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, PL (2009). He was a postdoc in Switzerland at the University of Bern in the lab of Cris Kuhlemeier (2010-2013), and postdoc in Germany at Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in the group of Miltos Tsiantis (2013-2017). Daniel is teaching “Plant Anatomy and Morphogenesis” (BIO2372), “Genetics and Molecular Development” (BIO2240), and “Scientific Communication” (BIO4000).
CONSTANCE LE GLOANEC
e-mail: constance.le.gloanec (at) umontreal.ca
Constance is a Ph.D. student. She focuses on the understanding of growth, patterning, and differentiation of lateral organs in Arabidopsis thaliana.
e-mail: sylviarsilveira (at) gmail.com
Sylvia is a postdoctoral fellow. She focuses on the impact of elevated temperature on the development of lateral organs in Arabidopsis thaliana.
e-mail: hrakusova (at) gmail.com
Hana is a postdoctoral fellow supervised by both Anne-Lise Routier and Daniel Kierzkowski. Hana’s research mainly focuses on the role of growth derived mechanical conflicts during organ growth.
e-mail: emilie.eglantine.echevin (at) umontreal.ca
Emilie is a Master student supervised by Anne-Lise Routier and co-supervised by Daniel Kierzkowski. She works on the cell growth and cell proliferation at shoot apical meristem of Arabidopsis thaliana.
e-mail: souadmroueh (at) gmail.com
Souad is a visiting Ph.D. student from Helen Robert’s lab at CEITEC, Brno, Czech Republic. She is studying the involvement of a network of TFs in Arabidopsis morphogenesis.
e-mail: mazinbenjamin (at) hotmail.fr
Benjamin is a Ph.D. student. He works on pollen tube growth and guidance in A. thaliana. Benjamin is supervised by Daniel Matton and co-supervised by Daniel Kierzkowski.