Arnaud Peliace Azonpi Lemoge

Postdoctoral Research Associate


ISB 455



aazonpilemog [at] umass [dot] edu

Arnaud attended primary school at the Ecole Saint Jacques de Fombap in Cameroon. Starting in 1997, he attended the Government Bilingual High School of Santchou. After obtaining his secondary school diploma-Baccalaureat in 2004, he was accepted to the University of Dschang where he obtained a Master of Science degree in Animal Biology and Physiology in 2010. Since Arnaud was fascinated by the field of Molecular Biology, he decided to leave his country to start another Master’s degree program in Molecular Biology at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels in Belgium. He graduated in 2013 and then obtained a PhD position in the Jacob SOUOPGUI Laboratory at the Institute of Molecular Biology and Medicine at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) where he worked in the transcription regulation of genes during the formation of Organizer and the gastrulation during in Xenopus embryos. Arnaud defended my PhD thesis in 2019 and starting in September 2020, he is a Postdoc researcher in the Laboratory of Professor Dom Alfandari at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.