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Soirée Claudius Chez Marie


Dear Pre,Post and Docs,

As you may know, science is not only about your dedicated topic, but also about the rest. You might have heard about the famous "Soiree Claudius Chez Marie" ?

If not, let us explain you briefly:

First, we eat some delicious free meal (I'm talking to pre- and post-docs, so I bring some mass arguments), 

Second, we get to hear about something that goes out of our research field, but that explains why we do and love our research life/work: some of our work sometime goes into translational research and to clinical trials. That is why the Institut Curie was founded: being multi cultural and get to talk to each other to make science progressing.

Third, and non the less, the presentations are simplified to the maximum so that everybody can get positive knowledge, in a very informal talk where we learn new things.

So no reasons to stay home and watch for the billioniem time "Matrix Reloaded" on NT1...

For this meeting, we have the pleasure to welcome Marie Dutreix, Research Director at the UMR ETIC, Orsay.

Marie Dutreix is researcher at IC since 23 years. Her activity lies on the whole Institute departments, from basic to translational and clinical research. Geneticist specialised in DNA check-up, repair and instability, her team based in Orsay works for many years on the development and the characterization of DNA-repair inhibitors ( the Dbait) that act by creating false warnings in tumor cells. The first clinical trial with these molecules is finishing and shows absence of toxicity plus efficiency of this new concept. In order to continue the development of these new drugs, Marie Dutreix together to the support of the IC has created the start-up "DNA Therapeutics".

She will present us:" Molecular targeted therapies and conventional treatments: can we cure without being toxic ?"

We hope to see many of you

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The cocktails/free food starts at 18h30, the talk at 19h30.