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Professional Afterwork (28/6)
28 June 2021 @ 19 h 00 min - 20 h 30 min
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, YR2I, Doc’Up, JeCCO, BioDocs, Stapa, ADIC, YouR PSL and Les Ajités will meet you on Monday, June 28th 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:
Florian Andrianiazy obtained his PhD in physics in 2015 after a CIFRE PhD carried out between the Thalès research centre and the laboratory of interface physics at the Ecole Polytechnique. After a long experience in the world of young researchers, he co-founded PhDTalent in 2017, whose objective is to accelerate the connection between the academic world and companies through freelance missions by researchers, recruitment and events.
Gweltas Odye defended his PhD on renal ciliopathies at the Imagine Institute in 2018. Since then, he has specialised in innovation consulting. At the interface of scientific and financing issues in terms of R&D and innovation, he is currently a consultant within the scientific pole dedicated to innovation financing of KPMG Avocats (KPMG Global), and assists French and international companies on a daily basis in financing their innovation projects.
Mathilde Maillard is in her third year of PhD in materials at the Mateis laboratory of Insa Lyon, a mixed research unit from Insa Lyon, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and CNRS. In June 2020, she created her first podcast of “Bien dans ma thèse”, followed by a series of podcasts and videos to remedy the lack of information and support on the PhD. She quickly diversified by launching a website, a Youtube channel and Twitch and signed her partnership with Bpifrance to promote i-PhD, a competition intended for doctoral students.
Clément Gautier is director of external innovation in the department of rare diseases and neurosciences at Ipsen. He got his PhD in Biophysics in 2005 in the Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences at Ecole Polytechnique. He then spent five years as a postdoctoral fellow in Harvard Medical School at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital to study mitochondrial dysfunctions in animal and cellular models of Parkinson’s disease. Back in France, he worked at the Paris Brain Institute as a research scientist for two years. From there he was recruited at Servier where he led a team working in novel cellular assays for drug discovery and novel targets in neurodegenerative diseases. At Servier, he became director of external research and innovation in the Neuroscience department, before going into his actual position at Ipsen.
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