- Place of employment
- Works at
- ETPN European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine
Patrick Boisseau is graduated in biological engineering from the French Elite Schools Institut National Agronomique (1983) and Ecole Nationale du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts (1985). His career is fully dedicated to academic research, research and development and research management. He entered in 1987 at CEA, a French public research organisation where he occupied several functions in biological research and later in medical technologies.
Patrick Boisseau’s current position is Nanomedicine Programme Manager at CEA-Leti, a public nonprofit Research & Technology Organisation, based in Grenoble, France. He has acquired a large expertise of coordination of EU projects like the Network of Excellence Nano2Life (2004-2008), EuroNanoBio, BIBA, TARGET-PDT, and recently the EU-NCL infrastructure on nanocharacterisation. His field of technical expertise is drug delivery, medical imaging and innovative medical technologies.
His experience in strategy and planning made him responsible for the Strategic Planning in Life Sciences and Healthcare Technologies, at CEATech since 2013. Patrick Boisseau is solicited for the numerous expertise for the European Commission and other national funding agencies.
He is a member of the Executive Board of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine since 2005 and Chairman of the Board in December 2012. He is chairing the ESTHER Task Force designing and implementing this Industry Driven Initiative on Emerging and Strategic Technologies for Healthcare since May 2015.
ESTHER, the European Industry Driven Initiative on Emerging and Strategic Technologies for Healthcare
Track & Session
22 June 15:15-16:45 hr - Session chair: Advanced materials and nanotechnology for health