Blood : Current challenges and micro-nano solutions
Posté le 6 juillet 2015 dans Evènement par Perrine Franquet.
SEMINAR Monday, July 6th 2015 08:45 am – Centre de Recherche – Paris
The Observatory for Micro and Nanotechnologies (OMNT) and the Institut Curie are organizing a one-day meeting on «Blood: current challenges and micro-nano solutions», in Paris, the 6th of July 2015. The main objective of this meeting is to gather scientists, clinicians, students along with companies who share the need to better understand this matter which, beyond of an ongoing scientific challenge, deeply impacts on today’s society. It will start with the presentation of the director of the French blood agency (EFS), Pierre Tiberghien (see the provisional program below), who will give an overview of the EFS needs and issues, and will be followed by more specific state-of-art of today’s technologies, presented by well-known experts in the field.
•Dr. Jean-Louis Viovy : Institut Curie, Paris
•Dr. Stéphanie Descroix : Institut Curie, Paris
•Dr. Laurent Malaquin : Institut Curie, Paris
•Dr. Thomas Berthelot : CEA, – Iramis, Saclay
•Dr. Nicolas Verplanck : CEA – Leti, Grenoble
•Dr. Jean Berthier : CEA – Leti, Grenoble
•Dr. Wilfrid Boireau : CNRS – FEMTO-ST, Besançon
•Dr. Pascal Morel : French Blood Agency (EFS), Franche-Comté
Flyers : Annonce_Sem-blood_2015_04_10