Sébastien has been Maître de Conférences since 2011. His research activities are centred on synthetic organic chemistry and involve the design of new organic templates for zeolite synthesis and medicinal chemistry.
Céline has been Professeur of Bio-organic chemistry since 2003. Her research is centred on the design and evaluation of enzymes inhibitors, the chemistry and biochemistry of proteins, and enzymatic kinetics.
Aline is in charge of the administrative side of the lab and is really the glue that holds it together. She ensures the lab runs smoothly and is an integral part of the team.
Didier has been Research Engineer since 1986. His research areas in NMR are structural elucidation, mixture and formulation investigation, reaction monitoring, dynamic processes of organic synthetic or natural molecules and polymers in solution or in gel-phase.
Emmanuel has been Research Associate in Medicinal Chemistry since 1999. His project focuses on the design, synthesis and evaluation (Biological Properties) of efficients and selectives metallo-aminoprotease inhibitors (Cancer, Malaria,…).
Cécile has been Research Engineer since 2005. She is in charge of the mass spectrometers, the HPLC and the different GC of the analytical department.
Sarah is the Head of the chemical program at ESTA: School of Business & Engineering (Belfort-FR) & Associate researcher
Marjorie has been Chargée de Recherche CNRS since 2001. Her research focuses on cell culture, cloning, expression and purification of rPfA-M1 and rPfA-M17 (Plasmodium falciparum) and the evaluation of enzymological properties of various inhibitors.
Serge has been Director of the School of Chemistry of Mulhouse (2004-2011) and is currently Vice-President of the University of Mulhouse.
Pierre has been Lecturer since 1989 and Director of the School of Chemistry of Mulhouse since 2011.
Anna is a Natural Product Chemist. Her interest involves the discovery and biotransformation of bioactive natural products from plants and microorganisms.
Philippe has been Chargé de recherches CNRS since 1984. His interests span from medicinal chemistry to synthetic organic chemistry with a strong interest on metal-mediated transformations and mechanisms.
Samuel has been Maître de Conférences since 2006. His interest focuses on microbiology and new strategies to improve the rate of metabolism of lipid substrates using whole cells.
Hélène has been Maître de Conférences since 1990. Her research interests are the synthesis and structural studies of various chromophores as model compounds in nonlinear optics and the synthesis of two photon activable photoacid generators for 3D microfabrication.
Hajer is post-doctoral associate working with Dr. Nicolas Blanchard on the chemistry of mycolactone, toxin of Buruli ulcer.
Frantisek is post-doctoral associate working with Pr Jean-Philippe Goddard, Dr. Nicolas Blanchard and Pr Jacques Lalevée (IS2M) on photoredox transformations in organic synthesis.
Mary-Lorène has been post-doctoral associate since 2014. Strong experiences and skills in organic synthesis, analytical chemistry and biochemistry, allow her to manage research activities in the fields of medicinal chemistry and agrochemistry. She is currently involved in grapevine diseases research program and devises biological and analytical approaches.
Vincent is a master 2 student working with Dr. Nicolas Blanchard and Pr. Jean-Philippe Goddard on photoredox transformations in organic synthesis.
Xiaoling stated her PhD work in 2014 under the supervision of Pr Jean-Philippe Goddard and Pr Jacques Lalevée (IS2M) in collaboration with Dr Nicolas Blanchard. She works on photopolymerization.
David is a Master 2 student, working in the group of Dr. Blanchard with Dr. Bisseret on copper-mediated cross-coupling reactions.
Boyang is a Master 2 student, working in the group of Dr. Blanchard on hetero-Diels-Alder cycloadditions.
After having obtained her double degree (Engineering/Masters) diploma in molecular chemistry from Chimie ParisTech/UPMC, Sarah joined the group of Dr. Nicolas Blanchard in October 2014 to work on the total synthesis of mycolactone analogs, toxins of Buruli ulcer.
Mounir graduated from the School of Chemistry of Strasbourg and is currently a 1st year Ph.D student in the group of Dr. Albrecht
Brice is a 3rd year Ph. D. student working under the supervision of Dr. Albrecht and Dr. Pailleau (IS2M). His research focuses on the synthesis of new zeolitic structures.
Guillaume obtained his master’s degree in 2013 at University Paris 5 René Descartes before starting his Ph. D. under the direction of Dr. Nicolas Blanchard. His research focuses on transition metal catalyzed cross-couplings and heterocycloaddition.
Ariane AUBIN started her Ph.D in October 2014 under the supervision of Pr Jean-Philippe Goddard and Pr Christelle Delaite in collaboration with MADER RESEARCH. Her work focuses on the development of a cationic photo-thermic polymerization of epoxide resins involving organic photoinitiators.