Elise Landais PhD

IAVI Neutralizing antibody Center

Obtained my PhD in Immunology in 2006 from Universite de Nantes, INSERM U601, France focusing on the Mapping of CD4 T cell responses specific of Epstein-Barr virus in contact of cancer research. I then joined to Dr Teyton’s lab at The Scripps Research Institute as a post-doctoral fellow to study molecular events of CD4 T cell activation and memory responses in murine bacterial and viral infection models. I joined IAVI as Senior Research Associate in 2011 to work with Dr Pascal Poignard on the development of broadly neutralizing antibody responses to HIV in the Protocol C cohort. In 2016, as Pascal went back to France, I took the leadership of the lab at the Neutralizing antibody center as a Senior Research Scientist.