The Receptor for Advanced Glycation Endproducts (RAGE) is an immunoglobulin like receptor involved in major human diseases such as cancer, diabetes or Alzheimer’s Disease. In several mouse models of human pathologies or diseases, antibodies against RAGE have shown promising results. My laboratory is interested in developing new monoclonal antibodies that can block the interaction of RAGE with its ligands. In the laboratory, we use methods of Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Cell Biology. Melanoma, Pancreatic Cancer; Monoclonal Antibodies as Diagnostic and Therapeutic Agents; Mechanism of RAGE Signaling.

Molecular Biology, Pharmacy
PhD, University Paris XI, France, 1994
pharmaceuticals monoclonal antibodies cell biology molecular biology molecular biochemistry