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biology and biochemistry educator

Philippe Jean Berta, French Biology and biochemistry educator. Vice president ICGN, Gard, France, since 1996; vice president Force Democrate, France, since 1996; president Nimes, Neighbourg Planette, Nimes, France, since 1995. Member French Society Genetics, French Society Biochemistry, New York Academy Sciences.

Background

Berta, Philippe Jean was born on April 11, 1960 in Besancon, Doubs, France. Son of Jean Charles and Henriette (Prince) Berta.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Montpellier University, France, 1986. Habilitation, Montpellier University, France, 1992.

Career

Charge research 2nd class, National Center Science Research, France, 1988-1990; charge research 1st class, National Center Science Research, France, 1990-1995; director research, National Institute Science & Medical Research, France, since 1995; professor biology/biochemistry, Institute Human Genetics, National Center for Scientific Research-University of Puerto Rico, Montpellier, France, since 1998. Member of national committee National Institute Science & Medical Research, since 1995. Member French Panelfor Medical Research, 1994.

Consultant 4 biotechnology companies. Head DNA learning center, Nimes, Nimes-biotech-technopole.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-discoverer of male sex determining gene in human/mammals. Contributor more than 85 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Vice president ICGN, Gard, France, since 1996. Vice president Force Democrate, France, since 1996. President Nimes, Neighbourg Planette, Nimes, France, since 1995.

Member French Society Genetics, French Society Biochemistry, New York Academy Sciences.

Connections

Married Brigitte Jeanne Ponsole, August 31, 1990. Children: Antoine, Julie.

father:
Jean Charles Berta

mother:
Henriette (Prince) Berta

spouse:
Brigitte Jeanne Ponsole

children:
Julie Berta

Antoine Berta