Postdoctoral Scholar

Department of Cell and Tissue Biology, UCSF, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Since February 2017
Supervisor: Fred Chang (lab website)



Organism: Schizosaccharomyces pombe, mammalian cells,
Cytoplasm density and cytoskeleton dynamics.

University of California San Francisco (UCSF),
Parnassus campus
523 Parnassus Avenue,
CA 94143, USA,


PhD, Plant Cell Biology

Institute of Integrative Biology of the Cell (I2BC), Gif-sur-yvette, France.

October 2013 - november 2016

Supervisor: Frédéric Coquelle


Organism : Arabidopsis thaliana

Caracterisation of AtEB1 mutants

Microtubules ogranization

Study of microtubules/endomembranes interactions by fluorescence microscopy

Representative roles : elected to the Lab board, elected to the council of the doctoral school.​

Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell (I2BC)

Building 21
Avenue de la Terrasse
91190 Gif-sur-yvette




2020 - Plant and mouse EB1 proteins have opposite intrinsic properties on the dynamic instability of microtubules.

Arthur T. Molines, Virginie Stoppin-Mellet, Isabelle Arnal, Frédéric M Coquelle

BMC Research Note, Under Review, preprinted at In Review, DOI:10.21203/rs.2.24302/v1  Published 22 June 2020


2018 - EB1 contributes to microtubule bundling and organization, along with root growth, in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Arthur T. Molines, Jessica Marion, Salem Chabout, Laetitia Besse, Jim P. Dompierre, Grégory Mouille, Frédéric M. Coquelle.
Biology Open 2018 7: bio030510 DOI: 10.1242/bio.030510 Published 2 August 2018

2016 - Cortical Microtubules Network Organization in Arabidopsis thaliana: Contribution of EB1 and MAP65-1 proteins.
Arthur Molines. Thesis manuscript. Paris-Saclay University, 2016. French. <NNT : 2016SACLS421>. <tel-01446716>HAL Id : tel-01446716, version 1.

2022 - Physical properties of the cytoplasm modulate the rates of microtubule growth and shrinkage.

Arthur T. Molines, Joël Lemière, Claire H. Edrington, Chieh-Ting Hsu, Ida Emilie Steinmark, Klaus Suhling, Gohta Goshima, Liam J. Holt, Gary Brouhard,  Fred Chang.

Developmental Cell.