My research interest is focused on micro and nanotechnologies (lab-on-chips, biosensors…) for health applications. I am currently doing a PhD on the conception of microfluidic magnetophoretic devices for the isolation of Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) to guide cancer treatments towards personalized medicine.
I got my master's degree in biomedical engineering in Strasbourg, France. During my studies, I had the opportunity to do several internships in both public and private institutes. I worked in Institut Gustave Roussy, one of the top cancer centers in Europe, on the study of electroporation to improve cancer treatments. I had a 4-month experience in Micronit (Enschede, The Netherlands) where I studied optical sensor integration in point-of-care devices. Finally, I did my master thesis in the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA, Grenoble), on the conception of silicon-based biosensors for the detection of immune cells and their secretions at the single-cell level. During those experiments, I had the privilege to collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams and I developed my interest in personalized medicine applications through the conception of innovative systems.
Speaker in Session: ORGAN- AND CELL-ON-CHIP on September 29