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biomedical engineer

Francis Christian Belloc, French biomedical engineer. Achievements include development of flow cytometry methods to label and identify leukemic and apoptotic cells. These methods were applied to clinical samples to predict the response to chemotherapy. Member International Society Analytical Cytomery, Association Francaise Cytometrie.

Background

Belloc, Francis Christian was born on November 3, 1951 in Biarritz, France. Son of Albert and Eliette (Lafourcade) Belloc.

Education

Master, University Bordeaux I, France, 1975. Degree, University Bordeaux I, France, 1976. Thesis of Sciences, University Bordeaux I, France, 1978.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Bordeaux I, France, 1989.

Career

Graduate assistant University Bordeaux, 1976. Predoctoral fellow department research University Bordeaux, 1976-1978. High rank technician Teaching Hospital University Bordeaux, 1978-1982, bio-medical engineer, since 1982.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of flow cytometry methods to label and identify leukemic and apoptotic cells. These methods were applied to clinical samples to predict the response to chemotherapy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member International Society Analytical Cytomery, Association Francaise Cytometrie.

Connections

Married Isabelle Gadroy, October 6, 1978. Children: Pierre, Fran├žois.

father:
Albert Belloc

mother:
Eliette (Lafourcade) Belloc

spouse:
Isabelle Gadroy

children:
Pierre Belloc

Fran├žois Belloc