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PFEUTY Benjamin

- CNRS Researcher (CR)
- Univ. Lille 1- UFR Physique - P5-139 - Phone :+33 (0)3 20 33 70 18
- Benjamin.PFEUTY@univ-lille1.fr

Research Activity

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- Team "Nonlinear Dynamics" / "Systems Biology"
- My research is devoted to exploring the dynamic and organization of protein regulatory networks, which provide living cells with sophisticated strategies to adapt to fluctuating and complex environments. To this aim, I use theoretical and computational modeling approaches and focus on various cellular functions such as

Selected publications

- Pfeuty B, Thommen Q Adaptive Benefits of Storage Strategy and dual AMPK/TOR Signaling in Metabolic Stress Response, PLoS One, 2016 [PDF]
- Pfeuty B, Kaneko K Requirements for efficient cell-type proportioning, Phys Biol 13, 026007, 2016 [PDF]
- Pfeuty B, Neuronal specifications exploit the inherent flexibility of cell-cycle gap phases, Neurogenesis 2, e1095694, 2015 [PDF]
- Pfeuty B, A computational model of the coordination of neural progenitor renewal and differentiation through the Hes1 dynamics, Development 142, 477-85, 2015 [PDF]
- Pfeuty B, Kaneko K Binary cell fate decision based on oscillations, PRE 89, 022707, 2014 [PDF]
- Pfeuty B et al, A dynamical model of oocyte maturation unveils precisely orchestrated meiotic decisions, PLoS Comput Biol 8, e1002329, 2012 [PDF]
- Pfeuty B et al, Robust entrainment of circadian oscillators requires specific phase response curves, Biophys J 100, 2557-65, 2011 [PDF]
- Full list on pubmed

Research Experience

- 2009- : CNRS researcher — Univ Lille
- 2006-09 : JSPS/ERATO Post-Doc — Univ of Tokyo (with K. Kaneko)
- 2001-04 : PhD Thesis in NeuroSciences — Univ Paris-Descartes (with D. Hansel)
- 2000-01 : Master in Cognitive Sciences — Hopital Salpetrière (with F. Varela)

News

- A postdoc position is available on the topic : "Nonlinear dynamics in small biochemical networks - theoretical study of stress-induced cell death decisions".