Emmanuel Dequier obtained a PhD in molecular biology from the Pierre et Marie Curie University in 2002. He then moved to the United Kingdom where he worked first in the chemical-genomics programs at Syngenta, a world leader in agronomy. He then joined the biotechnology company Summit PLC to coordinate a dedicated team for the development of active agents to treat rare genetic diseases.
In 2008 he joined the GIP Genopole as a project leader before taking the helm of the site’s platforms department in 2012 then the research department in 2014.
The Genopole Research and Platforms team also includes :
- Philippe Delis, CERFE Manager
- Julien Picot, Core Facilities Manager
- Roxane Brachet, Project Manager Research and Platforms
- Francis Quétier, Project Manager