2016 - Fanny Pelissier
Born 1988 in France, has an M.S in biotechnology from EPFL, Lausanne. As a CCBIO PhD candidate, she was in Lorens' group. Her research was focused on the regulation of HMEC progenitors by the microenvironment and its alteration by age, the main research question being why women get more breast cancer with age.
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Fanny Pelissier got her PhD at the University of Bergen May 9th 2016 with her dissertation “The Role of Age in Cellular Responses to Microenvironmental Cues as a Breast Cancer Susceptibility Factor”. She was a candidate from the Department of Biomedicine and CCBIO. Supervisors were Professor James B. Lorens and Dr. Mark LaBarge.