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    Elsevier Early Career Award granted to Elise Lepeltier at the 9th International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry

    Elsevier Early Career Award granted to Elise Lepeltier at the 9th International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry

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    Elsevier Early Career Award granted to Elise Lepeltier

    9th International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry, York

    Elise Lepeltier is a chemist from one of the most selective and prestigious French grandes écoles called “Ecole Normale Supérieure”. In 2013, she defended her PhD on self-assemblies composed of nucleosidic analogues coupled with terpenoids, as an original platform for anticancer drug delivery, in an ERC project led by Prof. Patrick Couvreur and under the supervision of Dr. Claudie Bourgaux (Institut Galien Paris-Sud, University Paris-Sud).
    She spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow in the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research (Saarbrücken, Germany), working on the development of innovative nanomedicines using biopolymers in the context of infectious diseases (supervisor Pr. Claus-Michael Lehr).
    Appointed in 2015 as an Associate Professor in MINT laboratory (Translationnal Micro and Nanomedicines), led by Pr. Saulnier (University of Angers, France), she is the leader of a research axe called “Surface functionalization and self-assembly”, in close collaboration with Prof. Passirani and Prof. Jaouen (PSL Chimie ParisTech, Paris, France). Her main objective is to design fonctionnalized nanocarriers, for the smart delivery of anticancer compounds, mainly bioorganometallic compounds such as ferrocifens.