Florence Tatin

Researcher (CRCN INSERM)

Florence Tatin received her PhD in cell biology from University of Bordeaux in 2006. She did a post-doc in the fields of lymphatic development in the lab of Taija Makinen in London and then joined I2MC in September 2014 to work on the role of lymphatic vessels in cardiovascular diseases in the lab of Anne-Catherine Prats and Barbara Garmy-Susini. She obtained her position CRCN in 2018. Her research project now focusses on the importance of lymphatic endothelium in metabolic diseases, obesities and diabetes.

Main domains of expertise
Vascular and lymphatic development, valvulopathy, adipose tissue, cell adhesion and signalization.