LMGP finds inspiration in international sabbaticals
Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, Life @ MINATEC, MINATEC, News, Research
Published : 1 April 2014
LMGP is pleased to be hosting Hironori Yamazoe, a researcher from the University of Tsukuba on sabbatical in Grenoble since mid-March. Yamazoe is an expert in microtechniques used to selectively deposit proteins on biomaterials—a process that could be used to build musculoskeletal tissue.
And on July 1st, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Amy Wagoner-Johnson will arrive at the lab for a one-year sabbatical. A specialist in biomaterials whose research focuses on engineering bone scaffolds, Wagoner-Johnson is the recipient of a Fondation Nanosciences Chair of Excellence.
LMGP welcomes high-level international researchers like Yamazoe and Wagoner-Johnson. They deliver valuable new research insights that help push the lab’s work further while building bridges across scientific disciplines and cultures.