Coraline Chartier research awarded at the EPNOE IJM

8 February 2021

Coraline Chartier is a 2nd year doctoral student in the BIO team at CEMEF. She has just received the Best Poster Award at the Virtual Conference organised by the EPNOE association. The 4th EPNOE Junior Scientist Meeting took place on 3 and 4 February 2021. Among the 38 posters presented, the jury rewarded three young researchers, including Coraline Chartier.

Coraline Chatier works on chitosan aerogel and more precisely on the influence of processing conditions on chitosan aerogel structure and properties.

Her objective focuses on biomedical applications, and solutions for wound healing, tissue engineering or controlled drug release.

Coraline is doing her PhD work at CEMEF with Tatiana Budtova, in the framework of a project funded by the CNRS.

 

 

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