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Newly nominated External Scientific Fellows

Newly nominated External Scientific Fellows of the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection will deliver lectures on the 4th of October at 10.30 am

(141/143 Pomorska St., Building D, Room W-13).

 

Professor Camille Locht

Lecture: Specific and non-specific effects of a new live pertussis vaccine: from concept to clinical development

 

Professor Camille Locht is a world class microbiologist who holds a positions of a research director at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research and a founding director of the Centre for Infection and Immunity at the Institut Pasteur de Lille. His research interest focuses on molecular pathogenesis of respiratory infections, essentially pertussis and tuberculosis, with a long-term aim to develop new tools to combat these diseases. A molecular typing system for mycobacteria, invented in his laboratory, has already reached the market. Professor Camille Locht is an author of more than 350 publications and patents.

 

Professor Maria Francesca Ottaviani

Lecture: Paramagnetic "spies" to discover the secrets of molecules for biomedical and environmental protection applications

 

Professor Maria Francesca Ottaviani is a physical chemist at the Department of Pure and Applied Sciences at the University of Urbino, Italy. She has held a position of a full professor since 2004. Her main field of expertise is characteristics of liquid-liquid biointerfaces and interactions between drugs and carriers studied by magnetic resonance techniques. Professor Maria Francesca Ottaviani has been a visiting professor at the Department of Chemistry at the Columbia University of New York and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is an author of more than 200 scientific papers.