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PhD Student and Fellow collaborators

Institut Curie
08/18/2017
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Institut Curie TTO welcomes fellow trainees and PhD students during one-year “doctoral missions” that are complementary activities that reinforce their professional experience. It provides them an opportunity to discover the various aspects of technology transfer and intellectual property management.
PhD collaborators

Promotion 2017-2018

Tommaso GALGANI

Tommaso GALGANI, MSc

Holder of a master degree in Physics and Astronomy from University of Florence, Italy, Tommaso is recipient of a IC3i PhD international Fellowship and started his PhD at the Institut Curie in 2017. Passionate by interdisciplinary projects with high tech transfer potential, he joined the Curie In’C2 initiative as a communication manager and organizer.

 

 

 

 

Mathilde MATHIEU

Mathilde MATHIEU, Msc

Holder of a master degree in Cell Biology and a diploma from ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure) Paris-Saclay, Mathilde started her PhD at the Institut Curie in October 2016. Trained in technology transfer and willing to enhance its education for scientists, she joined the TTO since 2017 to work on specific communication tools to promote technology transfer among the scientific and medical community within Institut Curie and to promote Institut Curie expertise towards industrial partners.

 

 

Thomas MURARASU

Thomas MURARASU, Eng, PhD

Holder of an engineering degree from AgroParisTech, a Master of Science degree in System & Synthetic Biology from Paris V University and a PhD in Molecular & Cell Biology, Thomas joined the TTO when a third-year PhD candidate at Institut Curie in 2016. Found of innovation and biotechnology, part of his PhD project had let him to collaborate with industrials and the TTO. In January 2017, he cofounded and organized the Curie In’C2 initiative for promoting innovation. He is an active organizer of this year events.

 

Gokul RAJAN

Gokul RAJAN, Msc

Holder of a master degree in Biotechnology from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, Gokul is recipient of a IC3i PhD international Fellowship and started his PhD at the Institut Curie in October 2016. Experienced in popular science writing, he joined the TTO since 2017 to work on specific communication tools to promote technology transfer among the scientific and medical community within Institut Curie and to promote Institut Curie expertise towards industrial partners.

 

Linda SILINA-2

Linda SILINA, MSc

Holder of a master degree in Genetics, Immunology and BioBusiness from the University of Aberdeen (UK), Linda is recipient of a IC3i PhD international Fellowship and started her PhD at the Institut Curie in October 2016. Following a BioBusiness course, meeting entrepreneurs and having first hand insight into different research fields with high translational potential has developed her interest in technology transfer. She is an operational and logistic support of the Curie In’C2 initiative for promoting innovation.

Alumni

Bruno LATGE

Bruno LATGE, Eng, PhD

Holder of an engineering master degree from AgroParisTech and specialized in Biotechnology, Bruno did his PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology at Institut Curie. Interested in technology transfer, he joined the TTO as PhD fellow collaborator to identify and promote the expertise and skills of Institut Curie. In January 2017, he cofounded of the Curie In’C2 initiative for promoting innovation. He is now Business Developer at the FINDMED Consortium, a consortium gathering 12 Carnot institutes to contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of the French pharmaceutical industry by facilitating access to academic research and technological resources. Learn more: the FINDMED Consortium