Lucile Alexandre

PhD Candidate

I am a third year PhD student in Jean Louis Viovy’s team, MMBM, in the Institut Curie. My thesis is related to the development of the magnetic microfluidic fluidic bed to for high throughput sample pretreatment. I also manage the application of this device to different biomedical fields.

I began to work with soft matter physics in Canberra then did an internship in Princeton with Howard Stone to inquire the behavior of bacteria in microchannels. Communication in science, vulgarization and scientific mediation have always been very important to me, that’s why I did an internship in the French consulate of Houston with the scientific attaché and I am currently working in the ‘Palais de ladécouverte’ in Paris. Those skills help me everyday to complete my work as PhD Candidate.

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