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educator , consultant , biomedical engineer

Daniel Francis Thomas, French biomedical engineer, consultant, educator. Achievements include experiments and theoretical studies of the influence of spatial structure on the behavior of enzymes, immobilization of enzymes, organelles, and cells, second generation bioreactors and biosensors, and designing new enzyme or abzyme activities.

Background

Thomas, Daniel Francis was born on January 4, 1946 in La Queul lez Yvelines, France. Son of Hubert and Germaine (La Marre) Thomas.

Education

Master degree, Sorbonne University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Rouen, 1970.

Career

Researcher, National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, 1969-1971; research fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972-1973; associate professor, Complegne (France) U., 1974-1981; professor, Complegne (France) U., since 1982. Chairman Biotechnology Programme European Economic Community, Brussels, 1982, Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1983, 92. Director French Biotechnology Programme, Paris, 1986-1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include experiments and theoretical studies of the influence of spatial structure on the behavior of enzymes, immobilization of enzymes, organelles, and cells, second generation bioreactors and biosensors, and designing new enzyme or abzyme activities.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals including Nature and Proceedings National Association Science United States of America.

Connections

Married Maryvonne Thomas, September 14, 1968. 1 child, Laurent.

father:
Hubert Thomas

mother:
Germaine (La Marre) Thomas

spouse:
Maryvonne Thomas

child:
Laurent Thomas