Trained at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, Bruno Reversade obtained his Ph.D. from the University Pierre & Marie Curie in France, whilst at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in UCLA.

Dr. Reversade published landmark papers that provide an explanation for how embryonic homeostasis is maintained and how, from one egg, identical twins can be produced.

Dr. Reversade's current research involves rare human pedigrees which suggest that the birth of monoclonal humans (identical twins) may be genetically-triggered. His work is supported by the Branco Weiss Foundation, whose mission is to bridge Science and Society.

Dr. Reversade was awarded the prestigious, inaugural A*STAR Research Investigatorship. He joined the IMB as Principal Investigator in January 2008 and was promoted to Senior Principal Investigator in 2012.

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