André Syrota - Curriculum Vitae#

André Syrota's secondary education was at the lycée of Raincy and his graduate education in the faculties of medicine in Paris.

  • Intern of the Hospitals of Paris (1975).
  • Doctor of medicine, Faculty Xavier-Bichat (1975) ; thesis title: “La gamma-splénoportographie”.
  • Doctor of human biology, biophysics section, mentored by Daniel Quemada, Faculty of medicine Cochin-Port-Royal, Paris VII (1978).
  • Lecturer in biophysics in the Faculty of medicine at Broussais Hospital, then at Kremlin-Bicêtre where he received his doctorate.
  • Professor agrégé in the Faculty of medicine, Kremlin-Bicêtre, Paris XI (1979).
  • Hospital consultant physician in medical biophysics at the Faculty of medicine Kremlin-Bicêtre (1974-2015)
  • Chief of service Frédéric-Joliot Hospital of the CEA at Orsay (1984-1997, 1999-2007).
  • Director of joint CNRS-CEA research unit CNRS 1285/CEA “Régulation de la neurotransmission dans l’organisme vivant” (1989-1994).
  • Chief of Imaging, Pharmacology and Physiology department in the Life sciences directorate of the CEA (1990-1993).
  • Director of Life Sciences, CEA (1993-2007).
  • Founder of the French Institut de genomics which regroups the Genoscope and the National Genotyping centre
  • Director General (2007-2008), then President-director general of Inserm (2009-2014),
  • President of the French National alliance for health and life sciences research - Aviesan (2009-2014).
  • Vice-president of Science Europe (2011-2013).

Scientific and administrative positions:
  • Member, Management Board, GIP Cyceron (Caen Cyclotron) since 1985.
  • Président, ad hoc Inserm scientific advisory committee on "Biophysics, biomedical & surgical technologies" (1991-1994).
  • Member, National university appointments committee, section of biophysics and medical imaging (1992-2006).
  • Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Institute Gustave-Roussy (1992-1994).
  • President, Institute of structural biology, Grenoble (1993-2007).
  • President, Scientific Advisory Board, GIP Cermep, Lyon since 1994.
  • Member, Executive Board of the European Science Foundation (1997-2000).
  • Member, Board, GIP Hœchst-Marion-Roussel (1997-2002).
  • Member, Coordination committee for Life Sciences, France (1998-2005).
  • Scientific advisor, French Association against myopathies - AFM (2003-2006).
  • Member, SAB of the International Science and Technology Center, Moscou, appointed in 2004 by the European Council.
  • French representative at the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastuctures for Biological and Medical Sciences (2004-2009).
  • President, Board of the National Council for genomic research (2006-2007).

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