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Biologist , researcher

Charles Auffray, French biologist, researcher. Recipient prize Bernard Halpern, Paris, 1985. Member council for rights of future generations to French President, Paris, since 1993; member science and technical orientation group to United Nations Educational International Bioethics Committee, since 1993. Member French Immunology Society, French Neuroscis. Society, Human Genome Organization.

Background

Auffray, Charles was born on January 9, 1951 in Paris. Son of Jean-Paul and Claude (Pichon) Auffray.

Education

Graduate in Physiology and Biochemistry, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Cachan, France, 1975. Doctor of Science, University Paris, 1981.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981-1983. Team leader National Center for Scientific Research, Nogent St. Marne, France, 1983-1991, department head Villejuif, France, since 1991, charge de recherche France, 1979-1986, director de recherche France, since 1986. Scientific Director Généthon, Evry, France, 1991-1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor over 100 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member council for rights of future generations to French President, Paris, since 1993. Member science and technical orientation group to United Nations Educational International Bioethics Committee, since 1993. Member French Immunology Society, French Neuroscis.

Society, Human Genome Organization.

Connections

Married Marie-Hélène Oger, June 1, 1973. Children: Bertille, Jeanne-Claire, Matthieu, Laetitia, Louis.

father:
Jean-Paul Auffray

mother:
Claude (Pichon) Auffray

spouse:
Marie-Hélène Oger

children:
Bertille Auffray

Jeanne-Claire Auffray

Matthieu Auffray

Laetitia Auffray

Louis Auffray