The “European Biotechnology Congress 2020” is organized under the auspices of
Rector of Brno University of Technology, Brno and Rector of University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague.
Oscar Vicente - Eurobiotech Congress 2017

Confirmed Speakers

Michel Salzet
University of Lille

Since 1998, Professor Michel Salzet is the director of the CNRS then INSERM Laboratory at the University of Lille 1. PRISM is now an European Associated Laboratory with department of Cancer and surgery of Imperial College of London and name, Lancet. Pr. Salzet received his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Lille 1 in 1993, where he has served as Chair of Immunology since 1997. After his PhD, Pr. Salzet worked as Associate Researcher for one year at the Institute of Neurosciences at Stony Brook University (USA), and was subsequently nominated as Senior Research Scientist at the Beth Israel, Mind Body Institute of Harvard Medical School. He became a member of the Institut Universitaire de France in 1998. Pr. M. Salzet was member from 2009 to 2012 of the core group and the standing committee of the LESC of European Science Foundation and member of management committee of the forward looks in Personalized Medicine for the European Citizen. From 2009 to 2012, he has been nominated at the CNRS as a scientific delegate at the international.  Pr. Salzet is an expert in the field of Neuroimmunology and Proteomic. Salzet has published 274 original articles and 20 book chapters, 4 vulgarization articles and 158 proceedings. He was invited in 84 international conferences and seminars. He is co-founder of IMABIOTECH SAS in 2009 and CLIC-IMAGING platform 2014. He supervised 28 PhD. Pr. Salzet currently has 16 patents. After being the co-director of the doctoral school in Biology and Heath of Lille from 1998 to 2003, he created in 2000, tthe Proteomics Master Degree Program of Lille, which is now recognized as an EU Master. He is presently distinguished Professor (PRECE2) with a chair in immunology since 1997. He received in 1993 the Wicart Hagelstein Medaillon and in 2003 the “Grand Prix des Sciences” by the Science Academy of the Sciences and Letters of Lille. He got the Altran (2014) and MATWIN (2015) innovation prices.