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Senior Scientist for the CNRS

 Laboratory "Structure and Properties of Molecular Assemblies"

Team "Chemistry for Recognition and Studies of Biological Assemblies"



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After Yoann ROUPIOZ completed his undergraduate studies in Biochemistry at the University Joseph Fourier (UJF) in 1995 (Grenoble, France), he was recipient of a ‘UJF Scholarship’ as well as an International Scholarship from the Région Rhône-Alpes to pursue his graduate studies at the University of Montreal (Canada) where he graduated from the Chemistry Department (1997). His research interest at this time was “the chemical synthesis of non-natural peptides for the elucidation of enzymatic mechanisms”. In 1998, after completing his obligatory military service with the French Alpine Troops, he chose to return to France to study in the laboratory of Prof. J. Lhomme, where he received a Ligue Nationale de Lutte contre le Cancer grant to complete a PhD in the field of Nucleic Acids lesions and DNA repair studies. In 2001, further received a one-year funding from the French Foreign Office (‘Lavoisier’ grant) to undertake post-graduate studies at the University of British Columbia (Prof. D. M. Perrin group, Vancouver, Canada) where he developed original approaches for DNAzymes selection based on modified nucleic acids. Following this, Yoann undertook additional post-doc training in the group of Dr X. Gidrol at the French Nuclear Energy Office (near Paris) where he focused on living cell micro-arrays. Since 2005, Yoann has been a permanent Researcher for the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and is developing cell-based biosensors and biochips in Grenoble. In 2007, he was recipient of the ‘young Researcher Award’ of the French Biochemical and Molecular Biology Society and also recipient of the 2011 Masao International Award in Kyoto, Japan. He has also been a member of the 'Nano and micro technologies for Biology' strategic watch group of the OMNT from 2008 to 2013.




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