Patrice Marche

INSERM, France


Patrice Marche was born in 1956 in France. In 1979, Marche obtained a Diploma in fundamental immunology, Institut Pasteur, Paris, and, in 1982, defended the Ph.D. thesis, University Paris 7, in biochemistry. Marche, in 1983-85, became Postdoctor Fellow, Fogarty, NIH-NIAID, Bethesda, MD, USA; between 1985 and 1987, Marche served as Associate Professor, University Paris 7; between 1987 and 1991, Research Investigator of Institut Pasteur Paris; since 1991, Senior Scientist “Directeur de Recherche” of INSERM (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research); and since 2005, Scientific Advisor of the University Hospital of Grenoble. Between 1996 and 2006, Marche served as Head of the INSERM in CEA-Grenoble; since 2007, Head of Analytical Immunology of Chronic Diseases team, in Research Center U823 INSERM-Grenoble University. Marche participated in European research programs (4 Targeted Research Programs, 1 Network of Excellence, and 2 ERA-NET) and several research projects supported by national agencies (ANR, ANRS, FUI, and so on). Marche's fields of interest include (1) fundamental immunology: repertoires of the immune responses (T lymphocytes and antibodies), dendritic cells, and complement; (2) immunology in chronic diseases: viral hepatitis infections and inflammatory diseases induced by Human Retrovirus; and (3) nanobiotechnology: development of miniaturized tools for analysis of the immune system by protein and cell chips.

Biography Updated on 26 October 2016

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