We are an interdisciplinary team interested in mitochondrial and bacterial RNA biology.

Part of our team's activities is centered on various aspects of macromolecular traffic, in particular that of RNA, into the mitochondria and on leveraging these targeting pathways to set up gene therpies for so-called 'mitochondrial' diseases.

Another major aspect we work on is the organisation and evolution of post-transcriptional networks and biology of RNA-binding proteins with key roles in bacterial-type genetic systems, such as bacteria and human mitochondria.

The main models of our research are human cells, yeast S. cerevisiae, and the enteric bacterium  E. coli.