MESA+ University of Twente
NanoMedicine

NanoMedicine

EDUCATION

"Ingénieur"  
October 2000
École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles de la Ville de Paris (ESPCI) (Paris, France)
Specialization in chemistry with an orientation towards biological applications

M.Sc.
September 2000
National Museum for Natural History (Paris, France)
“Biological activity of natural compounds. Molecular recognition and cellular communication”
MSc thesis: Design and Synthesis of selective and specific inhibitors of a zinc metalloproteinase TACE (TNFα-Converting Enzyme)
Dr. Vincent Dive; DIEP, CEA Saclay (France).

Ph.D.
26 April 2004
Development of microfluidic systems for protein analysis using mass spectrometry techniques, Cum laude
Dr. Christian Rolando, CNRS research director; University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille (Lille, France)
Ph.D Prize of the French Society for Mass Spectrometry (SFSM) for the best Ph.D. thesis in the field of mass spectrometry in 2005.

Work since graduation


SRO director
February 2012 -
MESA+ research director for the SRO Nanomedicine
Twente University (Enschede, The Netherlands).

Associate Professor
2013 - present
Head of the group “Microfluidics for Nanomedicine”
BIOS, The Lab-on-a-Chip Group, Twente University (Enschede, The Netherlands).

Assistant Professor
2008-2013
Head of the group “From Cells- on-chip Towards Lab-in-a-Cell”
BIOS, The Lab-on-a-Chip Group, Twente University (Enschede, The Netherlands).

Post-doctoral researcher
2005 - 2007
Microfluidic devices for cell experimentation (apoptosis-related studies, cell sonoporation, single cell analysis)
Prof. Albert van den Berg; BIOS, The Lab-on-a-Chip Group, Twente University (Enschede, The Netherlands).

JSPS visiting researcher 
Summer 2004
Electrophoretic separations of biological molecules using microfluidic systems
Prof. Yoshinobu Baba; Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tokushima University (Japan).

Post-doctoral researcher
April - December 2004
Microfluidic and microfabricated systems for MALDI and ESI-MS analysis
Dr. Christian Rolando, CNRS research director; University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille (Lille, France)