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Hugues Bedouelle - Biochemist

My scientific work is focused on protein engineering, in particular of antibodies, proteins from infectious agents and their cell receptors. I am also an amateur musician.

A list of publications with their full text in pdf format can be found here.
A list of publications, with their abstracts, can be found on the NCBI PubMed.
A full list of publications can be found in my "Titres et Travaux Scientifiques".
For additional information, see
my user profile on Google Scholar

A short biographical note can be found in this Web page.
A full Curriculum-Vitae can be found  in my "Titres et Travaux Scientifiques" (en franšais)

Present professional positions:
• Invited Researcher at
Institut Pasteur.
• Member of the French Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SFBBM)

Previous positions:
• Director of Research DR1 at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)
• Director of the Associated Research Unit URA3012 between Institut Pasteur and CNRS,
entitled "Host, vectors and infectious agents: biology and dynamics".
• Member of the Editorial boards of:
Protein Engineering Design and Selection (PEDS, Oxford University Press): 2004-2014.
World Journal of Virology (Baishideng Publishing Group Co., Limited): 2011-2015.
The Open Structural Biology Journal (TOSBJ, Bentham Science Publishers): 2007-2010.
• Member of the French Society of Biophysics, the French Society of Microbiology, and the Protein Society.

A summary of my main themes of research and results can be found in this Web page.

Doctoral adviser:
I have been thesis adviser of nine doctoral students; t
he titles of their theses can be obtained from the databank of French theses:
Arnaud Blondel (defense in 1992), ValÚrie Guez-Ivanier (1994),
Philippe Rondard (1998), Youn-Chul Park (1998), Martial Renard (2003), Elodie Monsellier (2006), Elodie Brient-Litzler (2009), Mohamed Ould-Abeih (2012), Nora Zidane (2013).

I have also been adviser of 15 Master's theses, among which those of:
Pascale Duplay (1983), Pierre Martineau (1986, co-supervised with S. Szmelcman), Eric Labouze (1986), Carole Fruchart-Gaillard (1999), Vincent Petit (2005).

additional informations, see my academic family tree .

Worldwide patents and patent applications

c/o Unit of Human Evolutionary Genetics
Institut Pasteur
28 rue Docteur Roux
F-75724 Paris Cedex 15, France.