Muriel Delepierre, Vice-President Assessment and Development for Researchers

 

 

Muriel Delepierre is a chemical engineer with a PhD in Physical and Chemical Sciences (Orsay University) completed in the laboratory of Prof. C.M. Dobson at Harvard and the University of Oxford. Muriel Delepierre joined the Institut Pasteur in 1989. She leads the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Biomolecules Unit.

 

Muriel Delepierre’s unit focuses on the structure of biological molecules in solution and their interactions in relation to function. The common theme throughout her research has been adapting nuclear magnetic resonance techniques to biological systems.

 

Muriel Delepierre won the CNRS Bronze Medal in 1989 and the Thérèse Lebrasseur Prize awarded by the Fondation de France in 1997. She was made a Knight of the National Order of Merit in 2007.

 

She was appointed Vice-President of Assessment and Development for Researchers on January 4, 2010.

Updated on 03/02/2014

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