ESR 11 Chloe Albert


Definition of an immuno functional assay to characterize the altered immune status observed in sepsis patients


Biomerieux-Critical care biomarker development



Short CV

My name is Chloé Albert, I am Argentinian but I grew up in Spain, Valencia, where I went to college. In 2013 I got my license degree in Biology at the University of Valencia, in Spain, after have spent a year abroad for my Erasmus exchange at the
University of Geneva (Switzerland). After a year working on a different topic, I moved to Belgium to do a master degree in Biomedical Sciences at KUL in Leuven, which I ended in 2016. Afterwards I was enrolled in one of the European projects under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie scholarship called EUROPEAN SEPSIS ACADEMY. At the end of 2016 I moved to France, Lyon, where I am currently working in my PhD project as a young stage researcher. The subject of my research is the  definition of an immune functional assay in order to characterise the altered
immune status observed in sepsis patients. I am based in a joint unit lab at the Lyon Sud Hospital, where I enjoy the benefits of having as partner Biomerieux,
with the latest equipment and technology in the lab, as well as the company vision.