Clément Nizak – Experimental Evolution

My current research focuses on enzymes and antibodies as experimental models to tackle fundamental questions related to bio-molecule function and evolution. Our experiments are based on droplet microfluidics, phage display and high-throughput DNA sequencing technologies. Our approaches are strongly motivated by computational analysis and theory.

I work at ESPCI Paris in collaboration with Andrew Griffiths (Laboratory of Biochemistry) and at CIRB-College de France in collaboration with Olivier Rivoire (Statistical Biology).

I teach part of the Systems Biology course at ESPCI and the ICFP Masters program of ENS Paris.

Laboratory of Biochemistry ESPCI ParisTech – CNRS