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Professional Afterwork 2021 #4
23 September 2021 @ 19 h 00 min - 20 h 30 min
Hello to all,
The Professional Breakfasts continue their event on Zoom !
This is an opportunity for you to talk with doctors who have chosen a professional course outside the academic after the thesis, during a privileged and friendly moment.
For this event which cannot be done in person yet, the associations ADELIS, ChADoC, YR2I, Doc’Up, JeCCO, BioDocs, Stapa, ADIC, YouR PSL and Les Ajités will meet you on Thursday, September 23th from 7 to 8:10 pm, online (the Zoom link will be sent to you a few days before).
This event is made for young researchers, so it’s time to mark this date in your agenda! We are now opening the registration process.
They have already confirmed their arrival:
Fanny Roth defended her PhD on oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy at the Institute of Myology in 2019. Since then, she has been R&D project manager at The Healthy Aging Company. Her main tasks consist of fundraising, communication and business development tasks as well as pre-clinical tasks including assistance in planning laboratory experiments, monitoring and collecting results and writing activity reports.
Nikita Menezes obtained her PhD in bioinformatics at the ENS in 2019. Since then she has been a freelancer as a graphic designer and scientific illustrator. She offers her services to both the private and academic sector to create various illustrations, marketing materials, research data visualization and social media materials.
Christophe Martella has followed an academic track before starting a thesis on HTLV-1 associated Adult T cell leukemia and the transcriptional regulation involved in HTLV-1 provirus expression in the Retrovius, infection and latence lab in Cochin Institute. After that, he was recruited by Miltenyi Biotec as Clinical account manager cell and gene therapy.
Benjamin Lassus defended his PhD in 2016 at Université Pierre et Marie Curie, during which he developed a high high-throughput microfluidic platform to study neuronal network calcium activity. He then did a Post-doctoral fellowship at CNRS, learning and optimizing microfluidic fabrication processes. He did a second post-doc at Columbia University (New York), where he worked on preventing the propagation of tauopathies in the CNS using microfluidic devices. He is now microfluidic scientist at HiFiBio, Paris.
Wilko Duprez began working in the pharmaceutical industry in the United States before undertaking a PhD in medicinal biochemistry in Australia. It was during his PhD that he discovered a vocation for science communication, hosting radio shows and science popularization events. After two short post-docs, he took the plunge and completed a Master’s degree in Science Communication at Imperial College London, which led to freelance work for the BBC. After a stint in Japan as a science communication officer for a young university, Wilko became a virtual reality science simulation director for Labster, a start-up based in Denmark. Since September 2020, Wilko has been the communications manager at Scipio bioscience, an RNA sequencing start-up based at the Brain Institute.
Hoping to see many of you!
The Professional Breakfast Team