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    Two doctoral students from the Institut Cochin received the Michel Chignard thesis prize awarded by the Research and Study Group of Inflammation Mediators (GREMI)

    Two doctoral students from Institut Cochin received the Michel Chignard thesis prize awarded by the Research and Study Group of Inflammation Mediators (GREMI)

     

    Each year, the GREMI - Michel Chignard thesis prize rewards a doctoral student who has defended his thesis during the year, on a subject related to inflammation.

    In 2020, the prize was awarded exceptionally to two ex-aequo laureates, Marion Guérin and Maxime Jeljeli, who defended their theses at the Institut Cochin on very innovative themes.

    • Marion Guérin's thesis, directed by Nagège Bercovici (E. Donnadieu team) focused on “Dynamics of interactions between immune cells during tumor regressions”.
    • That of Maxime Jeljeli directed by Frédéric Batteux (team Y. Allanore - F. Batteux) was entitled “Trained immunity and role of macrophagic memory in the immunomodulation of fibro-inflammatory diseases”.

     

    Due to some sanitary restrictions, the GREMI scientific day, during which the prize is usually awarded, took place this year, in the form of a webinar on November 5 on the theme "Inflammation: you get on my nerves".

     

    Marion and Maxime were invited to present their work. They received their Award and a check of 800 euros at Institut Cochin, from Xavier Norel, President of GREMI and Véronique WITKO, Vice-President.

     

     

     

     

    For more information on the GREMI and to postulate to the Thesis price Michel Chignard 2021, visit the website (deadline end of December): www.gremi.asso.fr/