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Maître de conférences ( CY Cergy Paris Université) - Equipe 4

    Dr. Benjamin Cressiot is an Associate Professor at CY Cergy Paris University (France) since 2019.

    In 2012, he received his Ph.D. in biophysics from Evry Paris Saclay University (France) on protein transport dynamics and unfolding through protein and solid-state nanopores.

    He then joined the University of Notre Dame (USA) as a postdoctoral fellow to work on the secretion mechanism of autotransporter proteins using the nanopore method as a model.

    In 2015, he joined Northeastern University (USA) as a postdoctoral fellow, where he engineered a new protein nanopore from a virus capsid for biomolecule detection.

    He is now working on battery parasitic species detection, biomarker detection, and design of new nanopores for biosensing applications. 

    1. B. Cressiot et al., Aerolysin, a powerful protein sensor for fundamental studies and development of upcoming applications, ACS sensors 4 (3), 530-548, 2019, 10.1021/acssensors.8b01636
    2. F. Bétermier and B. Cressiot et al., Single-sulfur atom discrimination of polysulfides with a protein nanopore for improved batteries, Communications Materials 1 (1), 59, 2020, 10.1038/s43246-020-00056-4B.
    3. Cressiot et al., The promise of nanopore technology: Advances in the discrimination of protein sequences and chemical modifications, Small Methods 4 (11), 2000090, 2020, 10.1002/smtd.202000090
    4. I.M.F. Tanimoto et al., Selective target protein detection using a decorated nanopore into a microfluidic device, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 183, 113195, 2021, 10.1016/j.bios.2021.113195
    5. B. Cressiot and J. Pelta, Fast Decoding of the First Steps of Protein Aggregation Using a Nanopipette, ACS Central Science 8 (4), 415-416, 2022, 10.1021/acscentsci.2c00267
    6. I.M.F. Tanimoto et al., Focus on using nanopore technology for societal health, environmental, and energy challenges, Nano Research 15 (11), 9906-9920, 2022, 10.1007/s12274-022-4379-2
    7. I.M.F. Tanimoto et al., Dynamics of DNA Through Solid‐state Nanopores Fabricated by Controlled Dielectric Breakdown, Chemistry-An Asian Journal 17 (24), e202200888, 2022, 10.1002/asia.202200888
    8. T. Chowdhury and B. Cressiot et al., Circulating Tumor Cells in Cancer Diagnostics and Prognostics by Single-Molecule and Single-Cell Characterization, ACS sensors 8 (2), 406-426, 2023, 10.1021/acssensors.2c02308
    9. A. Stierlen et al., Nanopore discrimination of coagulation biomarker derivatives and characterization of a post-translational modification, ACS Central Science 9 (2), 228-238, 2023, 10.1021/acscentsci.2c01256
    10. S. J. Greive et al., Identification of conformational variants for bradykinin biomarker peptides from a biofluid using a nanopore and machine learning, ACS Nano, 2023, just accepted 
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