Five new FNRS Research associates at the University of Liège
Sophie Andreetta (sociology), Arnaud Blomme (biology), Grégory Exh (biochemistry), Stéphanie Herkenne (biochemistry) and Manon Stipulanti (mathematics) have just obtained a mandate of Research associate from the F.R.S.-FNRS (Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research) at the University of Liege. Focus on their research.
Sophie Andreetta, a Doctor of Anthropology and researcher at the Social and Cultural Anthropology Laboratory - (IRSS / Faculty of Social Science) at the University of Liège, has been awarded a research mandate by the FNRS (the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research) to continue her research into the relationship between (non)citizens, law and the State.
Arnaud Blomme, Doctor of biomedical sciences and researcher in the GIGA Stem Cells laboratory (GIGA/Faculty of Medicine) at the University of Liège, has been awarded a Research associate mandate by the FNRS to continue his research. His thematic focuses on identifying and characterising the molecular mechanisms that support tumour-associated metabolic reprogramming, with the long-term goal of developing innovative anticancer strategies.
Grégory Ehx, a Doctor of Science and researcher within the GIGA-I3 - Infection Immunity and Inflammation - research group (GIGA / Faculty of Medicine) at the University of Liège, has been awarded a Research associate mandate by the FNRSann to pursue his research in the fields of immunology and haematology.
Stéphanie Herkenne, a doctor in biochemistry and researcher in the Molecular Angiogenesis Laboratory of the GIGA Cancer (GIGA/Faculty of Science) at the University of Liège, has been awarded a Research associate mandate by the FNRS to continue her research into the development of therapeutic strategies for treating vascular diseases and cancers.
Manon Stipulanti, who has a doctorate in mathematics and is a researcher in the Discrete Mathematics Laboratory (Mathematics/Faculty of Science) at the University of Liège, has been awarded a research fellowship by the FNRS to continue her research in the field of discrete mathematics and, more specifically, on the extension of Cobham's theorem to abstract numbering systems.