Collaborators and fundings

To develop the field of inorganic cellular and biological chemistry, we have been awarded several grants from a large range of bodies, stressing the relevance of our interdisciplinary approaches:
Fundings from the ANRs including:

  • ANRs (two JCJC and two as PI)
  • Fondation François Aupetit
  • Fondation pour la recherche médicale
  • Qlife initiative
  • CNRS-MITI
  • PSL-structuration
  • PSL-chimie
  • Fondation de la maison de la Chimie
  • International Emerging Action of CNRS

We have engaged fruitful collaborations with researchers in France and at the international level. Collaborations already concretized with a common realization (shared publication, shared funded project, co-supervising):

  • Philippe Seksik and Sylvie Demignot, Centre de recherche de Saint-Antoine, microbiote, intestine et inflammation, Sorbonne université and EPHE
  • Philippe Langella and Florian Chain, INRAE, Institut Micalis
  • Alexandre Dazzi et Ariane Deniset, université Paris Saclay
  • Vincent Pecoraro, university of Michigan
  • Joelle Vinh, ESPCI-PSL university
  • Gilles Gasser, Chimie Paris Tech, PSL University
  • Andrea Somogyi and Kadda Medjoubi, nanoscopium beamline, Synchrotron SOLEIL
  • Romain Coriat, Carole Nicco, Frédéric Batteux, Institut Cochin
  • Wee Han Ang, NUS chemistry department, Giorgia Pastorin, NUS pharmacy department
  • Weng Kee Leong, NTU, Division of Chemistry and Biological chemistry
  • Florence Mahuteau, Institut Curie
  • Marc Fontecave, Collège de France, Sophie Griveau et Fethi Bedioui, Chimie Paris Tech PSL University
  • Christophe Sandt and Paul Dumas, SMIS beamline, Synchrotron SOLEIL, France
  • Nicolas Trcera, Lucia beamline, Synchrotron SOLEIL, France
  • Barry Lai, synchrotron Advanced Photon Source, Argonne, US
  • Carol J. Hirschmugl, university of Winsconsin, far-IR beamline on synchrotron Aladdin, Madison, US (now closed)

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