Anne-Sophie Bohrer, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne-Sophie received her Master’s Degree of Integrative Biology and Physiology – Plant Science from the Pierre & Marie Curie University (France) in 2009 and her PhD in Plant Science from Paris-Sud University (France) in 2012.

Anne-Sophie joined the lab in August 2013 and focuses her study on the regulation of sulfur metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana. Specifically, she works at identifying the mechanisms and factors involved in the regulation of the metabolic flux of sulfate: from the perception and absorption of sulfur in the roots, to the distribution and allocation of sulfated resources between cytosol and chloroplasts, ie, the partitioning between primary and secondary metabolisms.