CRCM Members Achieve Remarkable Success at the Annual Seminar of Canceropole PACA

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The Marseille Cancer Research Center celebrates its 50th anniversary ! -

The Annual Seminar 2023 of the Cancéropôle had been held July 3-5 at the Palais des Congrès in Saint-Raphaël, celebrating the 10th anniversary of this annual seminar and the 20th anniversary of the Cancéropôle Provence-Alpes Côte d’Azur!

For this special edition, the Seminar gathered more than 290 scientists for two and a half days, providing a comprehensive scientific program with renowned keynote speakers, poster sessions, and enhanced networking opportunities.

We proudly highlight the outstanding representation and large number of successes of CRCM members at the seminar, where 3 out of 7 Best Communication awards were granted to CRCM students: Mélanie Matteudi (Eddy Pasquier & Nicolas André’s Team), Émilien Billon (Daniel Olive’s Team), and Chloé Petitpas (Émanuelle Charaffe-Jauffret & Christophe Ginestier’s Team). Congratulations!

A special congratulation to Laura Braud (Vincent Géli’s Team) who won the “Talented researchers popularise the science” Award with her presentation on “Understanding Senescence: It’s Not Just Tert!” This accolade follows last year’s double victory by Pierre-Marie Dehé and Marion Le Grand from CRCM, who also claimed this prestigious science communication award.

Let’s also congratulate Mathis Nozais (Estelle Duprez’s Team), Baptiste Mouysset (Eddy Pasquier & Nicolas André’s Team) and Mathilde Poplineau (Duprez’s Team) for their contribution.