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Professional Afterwork 2022 #1
10 March 2022 @ 19 h 00 min - 20 h 30 min
Hello to all,
It’s time, the Professional Breakfasts continue their events in 2022 (on Zoom for the first session)!
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, Stapa, ADIC, YouR PSL and Les Ajités will meet you on Thursday, March 10th from 19h to 20h10, online (the Zoom link will be sent to you a few days before).
This event is tailored for young researchers, so it’s time to mark this date on your agenda! The registration process is now open.
(Please be aware that once your registration is confirmed and you are assigned to the discussions sessions, your presence will be expected by our guest. We ask you to be mindful of their time and ours, and to register only if you effectively plan to attend).
You can pick 2 discussion sessions with the following guests:
Thomas Lonjaret defended his PhD in bioelectronic (cutaneous sensors for electrophysiology) in 2016. He then worked as a software developer for various start-up companies, on medical applications (but not only). He then joined the start-up Pytheas Navigation as a R&D engineer. There, he worked on a computer assisted spine surgery project, which includes the hardware and software development of a prototype. Since september 2018, he has worked at MinMaxMedical, as R&D engineer, then as project manager and finally as Robotics Team Manager, in the domain of medical robotics and computer assisted surgery.
Diana Mihaela Dinca defended her PhD in Neurobiology at the Imagine Institute in 2017. She then specialized in medical writing and worked almost 3 years at VMLY&Rx Paris. Her main missions consisted of accompanying pharmaceutical companies in their communication strategy, to promote innovative products/services, and writing communication tools for patients and healthcare professionals on different diseases including diabetes, chronic pain and allergies. For the past year, Diana has been working as a medical writer at Publicis Health.
Christelle Eyraud defended her PhD in 2016 in Immunology, on hematopoietic stem cells in a rare immune defect. Then, she did a post-doctorat for 3 years in the IRSL. For 2 years, Christelle has been working as a patent engineer in an intellectual property company at ICOSA.
Victoria Naipal has finished her PhD at the Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg on the topic of “Modelling long-term global soil erosion with Earth System Models”. Shen then did a postdoc at the LSCE on the topic of carbon sequestration and emissions in agricultural soils. She also did a postdoc at the Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS) on the modeling of the mangroves carbon cycle. Since May 2021 she has joined the Climate Risk Team of EcoAct as an expert on physical climate risks.
& Véronique Mariotti did her thesis in modeling at LSCE on the carbon cycle in the ice age. She then performed the climate diagnostics for the 1st climate change adaptation plan of the City of Montreal. At EcoAct since 2016, Véronique leads the development of climate risk analysis services for companies.
Benjamin Boumard defended his doctoral thesis on DNA repair mechanisms in intestinal stem cells in fruit flies in July 2021. In the last months of his PhD, he explored different career options in public administration. He obtained a position of Deputy Attaché for Science and Technology in VIA (International Volunteering in Administration) at the Embassy of France in the United States, in Atlanta, in September 2021. There, he facilitates collaborations in Science between France and the USA and supports young French startups in their internationalization, particularly thanks to the NETVA (NEw Technology Venture Accelerator) program.
Hoping to see many of you!
The Professional Breakfast Team