ANSES portraits: women in science
Une femme regardant dasn un microscope
14/02/2024

ANSES portraits: women in science

In honour of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we take a closer look at the backgrounds and careers of six women who contribute to science at ANSES.
Interview : Charlotte Grastilleur, Managing Director General of the Regulated Products Division
24/07/2023

Interview : Charlotte Grastilleur, Managing Director General of the Regulated Products Division

Interview : Émilie Gay, Scientific Director of the Epidemiology and Surveillance theme
24/07/2023

Interview : Émilie Gay, Scientific Director of the Epidemiology and Surveillance theme

Interview : Charlotte Dunoyer, Scientific Director of the Animal Health and Welfare theme
24/07/2023

Interview : Charlotte Dunoyer, Scientific Director of the Animal Health and Welfare theme

ANSES portraits: women in science
Activités Recherche
10/02/2023

ANSES portraits: women in science

To mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, six of the women who contribute to science at ANSES talk about their work.
ANSES portraits: women in science
18/02/2022

ANSES portraits: women in science

In honour of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we are inviting you to discover a series of portraits of women scientists at ANSES.
ANSES portrait - “Covering all aspects of the health risks associated with food”- Corinne Danan
11/02/2021

ANSES portrait - “Covering all aspects of the health risks associated with food”- Corinne Danan

Corinne Danan is Deputy Head of the Salmonella and Listeria Unit at the ANSES Laboratory for Food Safety. She is a research engineer with 20 years of experience in the health risks associated with food.
How to reduce mercury exposure from fish consumption - Portrait of PhD student Mariana Mendes Ribeiro
18/02/2022

How to reduce mercury exposure from fish consumption - Portrait of PhD student Mariana Mendes Ribeiro

Every year, ANSES organises discussion meetings on ongoing and recently completed research work, in order to encourage interactions between scientific teams. At these meetings, the PhD students hosted at the Agency present their theses. Mariana Mendes Ribeiro won the award for “best oral presentation by an ANSES doctoral student in 2021”, for her 180-second thesis presentation. Discover her background and research work.
Women at ANSES - "Collaborative work is crucial for monitoring tick-borne diseases"
03/05/2021

Women at ANSES - "Collaborative work is crucial for monitoring tick-borne diseases"

Sara Moutailler, director of the BIPAR Joint Research Unit, is medical entomologist specialising in ticks.
"Why does bovine tuberculosis persist in some French regions but not others?” – Portrait of Ciriac Charles, PhD student
04/11/2021

"Why does bovine tuberculosis persist in some French regions but not others?” – Portrait of Ciriac Charles, PhD student

Every year, ANSES organises discussion meetings on ongoing and recently completed research work, in order to encourage interactions between scientific teams. At these meetings, the PhD students hosted at the Agency present their theses. Ciriac Charles received the award for best poster by an ANSES doctoral student in 2021. Discover his background and research work.

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