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Amélie Marie Paillereau joins Dynamic42 as Master Student funded by the Thuringia and European Social Fund Plus

Amélie Marie Paillereau joins Dynamic42 as Master Student funded by the Thuringia and European Social Fund Plus

We are excited to welcome Amélie Marie Paillereau to the Dynamic42 science team. Amélie started in April with us for a 12-month-long Master thesis, focusing on perfused breast and pancreatic cancer-on-chip models to study the impact of the tumor microenvironment on immune cell invasion. This project is supported by the free state of Thuringia and the European Social Fund Plus (2024 SU 0012 – Thuringia Scholarship).

She joins us from the Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule in Jena, where she is studying Pharma-Biotechnology. Amélie has previous experience working with Jena Bioscience GmbH where she developed and optimized products in the field of molecular biology focusing on PCR applications.

Amélie is very passionate about the fields of oncology and immunotherapies, but especially about 3D models, as they can bridge the gap between in vitro and in vitro research.

In her free time, Amélie volunteers as a site leader and tutor for financially disadvantaged pupils and acts as a teacher for ballroom dances at her university.

Here is what Amélie has to say:

I have always been fascinated by the mechanisms by which cancer evades the immune system. Organ-on-chip models bear a great potential to model the complexity of tumors, making them a great tool to study immune cell and cancer interactions and the efficacy of immunotherapies.

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