Dimitri Tolleter| | Australian National University
Dimitri Tolleter was a postdoctoral fellow at The Australian National University. For the RIPE project, Dimitri studied the carbon dioxide dynamics around chloroplasts. He worked on the inorganic carbon transport B, from cyanobacteria, and its heterologous expression in tobacco, and then in rice. He received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Jussieu, and he went on to earn his doctorate from the Université d’Angers. Before coming to the RIPE Project, he studied the relationship between photosynthesis and coral bleaching at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. His work has been published in Science, The Plant Cell, and other publications. Dimitri went on to become an assistant professor at the Université d'Angers in Région de Angers, France.