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DELSUC Nicolas, Ecole Normale Supérieure, France

Antioxidant peptidyl metal complexes to fight against inflammation


Nicolas Delsuc has been trained in chemistry at Bordeaux University. He received his PhD from Bordeaux University (2007), where he worked on foldamer chemistry under the supervision of Ivan Huc. He then obtained a post-doctoral fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) to join the group of Prof. Itaru Hamachi at Kyoto University. He developed peptidyl receptors to recognize specific peptide sequences. In 2009, he came back to France as temporary lecturer (ATER) at the Laboratoire des Biomolécules (LBM, UMR7203) where he worked with Prof. Philippe Karoyan. He has been appointed as CNRS researcher in 2010 and joined the group of Clotilde Policar at the LBM where he develops new peptidyl metal complexes as probes or drugs.