Société Française de Biochimie et Biologie Moléculaire


Florent Waltz Florent WALTZ, 27, studied molecular biology at the University of Strasbourg, applied to plant biology. During his PhD, carried out at the University of Strasbourg in Philippe GIEGE's team, he was mainly interested in gene expression in mitochondria, with a particular interest in mitochondrial ribosomes, the latter being particularly divergent from cytosolic ribosomes and prokaryotic ribosomes.

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Clément Charenton

Clément Charenton, 29 y.o., studied biology at École Normale Supérieure de Cachan. He specialised in structural biology and biochemistry during his Master Degree “biomolecular engineering” at Paris Sud University. He then obtained his PhD at the biochemistry lab of École Polytechnique, under the supervision of Marc Graille.

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Juliette Fédry

Juliette Fedry, 29 yo, was introduced to biochemistry during her engineer studies at Ecole Polytechnique. She graduated from the University Paris-Saclay ”Biomolecule engineering” master program. She specialized in structural biology during her PhD work in the Felix Rey structural virology unit at Pasteur Institute. She worked there under the supervision of Thomas Krey and performed a structural and functional study of an ancient gamete fusion protein.

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Thomas Eychenne

My name is Thomas Eychenne, I am 28 years old. I followed a university course initiated by a Bachelor of Chemistry-Biology obtained at the University Paris-Est Créteil, followed by a Master of Cellular Systems Biology obtained at the ENS Paris and the Pierre and Marie Curie University .

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