Maître de conférence Sorbonne Université

ENS – Département de chimie
24 rue Lhomond, 75005 Paris

Phone: 0144322417
Office: E154

Member of ISE (International Society of Electrochemistry)
Member of BES (Bioelectrochemical Society)
Member of GFB (French Group of Bioelectrochemistry)
Member of SFC (French Society of Chemistry)

Education and Short Bio

2015 – Institut Universitaire de France Junior Member
2014 – Recipient of « Emergences Ville de Paris » Research Program
2013 – HDR Habilitation Defense, UPMC
2012 – CNRS Delegation (section 13)
2006 – Assistant Professor UPMC – UMR 8640
2005/2006 – Post-Doc « Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship ».
«Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group» Prs. Patrick Unwin and Julie Macpherson. Warwick University, Coventry (UK).
2002/2005 – UPMC PhD – UMR 8640
2005 – Masters Degree in « Condensed Matter », UPMC

Research interests

    • Bioelectrochemistry, Combined Electrochemical and Fluorescent Measurements, Cellular Secretion, Evanescent Wave Microscopy, Bioenergetics

Supervised students and post-doctorants

  • 14 directions and co-directions


  • L1 « Structure / Reactivity » and « Chemistry of Solutions / Crystals »
  • L2 « Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics »
  • L3 « Thermodynamics and Electrochemistry »
  • M1 « Chemistry of the Living »

Significant publications

  • A. Rancillac, J. Rossier, M. Guille, XK.Tong, H. Geoffroy, C. Amatore, S. Arbault, E. Hamel, B. Cauli
  • “Glutamatergic control of microvascular tone by single GABA neurons in the cerebellum.”
    Journal of Neuroscience, 2006, 26, 6997-7006.

  • N. R. Wilson, M. Guille, I. Dumitrescu, V. R. Fernandez, N. C. Rudd, C. G. Williams, P. R. Unwin, J. V. Macpherson
  • “Assessment of the electrochemical behavior of two-dimensional networks of single-walled carbon nanotubes.”
    Analytical Chemistry, 2006, 78, 7006-7015.

  • C. Amatore, S. Arbault, M. Guille, F. Lemaître
  • “Electrochemical Monitoring of Single Cell Secretion: Vesicular Exocytosis and Oxidative Stress.”
    Chemical Review, 2008, 108, 2585-2621.

  • A. N. Patel, M. Guille-Collignon, M. A. O’Connell, W. O. Y. Hung, K. McKelvey, J. V. Macpherson, P. R. Unwin
  • “A new view of electrochemistry at highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG).”
    Journal of American Chemical Society, 2012, 134, 20117–20130.

  • Y. Li, A. Meunier, R. Fulcrand, C.Sella, C. Amatore, F. Lemaître, L.Thouin, M. Guille-Collignon
  • “Multi-Chambers Microsystem for Simultaneous ROS and RNS Electrochemical Detection at the Level of a Cellular Macrophages Population”
    Electroanalysis, 2016, 28, 1-9

  • X. Liu, A. Savy, S. Maurin, L. Grimaud, F. Darchen, D. Quinton, E. Labbé, O. Buriez, J. Delacotte, F. Lemaître, M. Guille-Collignon
  • « A dual functional electroactive and fluorescent probe for coupled measurements of vesicular exocytosis with high spatial and temporal resolution »
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 2366-2370.

  • H.-Y. Fu, D. Picot, Y. Choquet, G. Longatte, A. Sayegh, J. Delacotte, M. Guille-Collignon, F. Lemaître, F. Rappaport, F.-A. Wollman
  •  » Redesigning the QA binding site of PSII allows reduction of exogenous quinones  »
    Nat. Commun. 2017, 8, 15274.

  • X. Liu, L. Hu, N. Pan, L. Grimaud, E. Labbé, O. Buriez, J. Delacotte, F. Lemaître, M. Guille-Collignon
  • « Coupling Electrochemistry and TIRF-Microscopy with the Fluorescent False Neurotransmitter FFN102 Supports the Fluorescence Signals During Single Vesicle Exocytosis Detection »
    Biophysical Chemistry 2018, 235, 48-55

  • G. Longatte, A. Sayegh, J. Delacotte, F. Rappaport, F-A Wollman, M. Guille-Collignon, F. Lemaître
  • « Investigation of Photocurrents Resulting from Living Unicellular Algae Suspension with Quinones over Time »
    Chemical Science 2018, 9, 8271

  • J. Pandard, N. Pan, D. H. Ebene, T. Le Saux, E. Ait-Yahiatène, X. Liu, L. Grimaud, O. Buriez, E. Labbé, F. Lemaître, M. Guille-Collignon
  •  » A Fluorescent False Neurotransmitter as a Dual Electrofluorescent Probe for Secretory Cell Models »
    ChemPlusChem 2019


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