Engineer in GeT-Santé Core Facility

Emeline Lhuillier received her Master degree in Molecular Biology option Genetics and Biodiversity Management, from the Pierre & Marie Curie University, Paris, France, in 2005. After several experiences in conservation biology and population genetics labs, she joined the Genome and Transcriptome Core Facility (GeT, Toulouse, France) in May 2011 as a Next Generation Sequencing Engineer in INRAE. Still working as an engineer on GeT, she was recruted in the French National Institute of Health and Medical research in 2014 on an other site of the core facility, and finally joined the I2MC lab in September 2018.

Since January 2020, Emeline Lhuillier is co-manager of the GeT-Santé platform with Frédéric Martins, and offers her expertise to research teams from the health community for advising and conducting their RNA-seq (or broader NGS) projects.

Main domains of expertise: Next Generation Sequencing, RNA-sequencing, Genomics, Transcriptomics