Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS)


Which biomaterials are for the medicine of tomorrow?

This proposed thematic cycle aims to deepen the field of biomaterials used for health, by means of three actions :

1) Research Seminars;

2) Advanced Courses;

3) Workshops for Innovation.

Research Seminars aim at treating multidisciplinary subjects related to the domain of biomaterials and bioengineering, addressed to a multidisciplinary and international public. These seminars are open (but not limited) to researchers, clinicians and industrialists.

Advanced Courses propose full-days of thematic-study on the latest advances in the field of science and technology, addressed with a high pedagogical approach. The targeted audience is mainly composed of researchers and students (including doctoral and postdoctoral Fellows), but the Advanced Courses are also open to industrialists and clinicians.

Workshops for Innovation are mainly addressed to scientists and students and aim toward the development of new ideas from multidisciplinary origin through the on-site validation of their experimental feasibility.

Detailed program


Emmanuel PAUTHE, , Professor & Scientist

Professor at the Department of Biology of the University of Cergy-Pontoise, Director of the Professional Master BIOMAT and of the Chair in Biomedical Innovations and Quality of Life and Scientist at the Laboratory ERRMECe (Equipe de Recherche sur les Relations Matrice Extracellulaire-Cellules), Emmanuel Pauthe direct researches in biochemistry of matrix proteins and science of innovative biomaterials.

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