Camille-Madeleine Szymansky

Pre-Doctoral Intern
Jonathan Jones Group

Plant pathogens secrete “effector” proteins that target host proteins in order to suppress the immune response of plants. The aim of my thesis research project is to better understand effector functions by using a new and exciting proximity labelling approach called TurboID, allowing the identification of effector targets and the effectors that interact with already known host targets.

Job History

2020 – present Pre-Doctoral Intern, The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, UK

2017 – 2019 MSc in Plant-Microbe Interactions, University of Sciences Paul Sabatier Toulouse III, France

2014 – 2017 BSc in Biology – with a year abroad at the University of Birmingham, United-Kingdom, University of Sciences Paul Sabatier Toulouse III, France