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Chloé Oudinet is awarded the BRETESCHE Prize for medicine from the Toulouse Academy for her PhD work

After a successful cursus at the University of La Rochelle, Chloé joined the « Genetic instability and transcriptional regulation » team headed by Dr. Ahmed Amine Khamlichi at the IPBS, Toulouse, for her MSc training. She obtained a ministerial fellowship to pursue her PhD within the same team, and a fellowship from the « Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale » for a fourth year of PhD. During her last PhD year, she joined the laboratory of Frederick W. Alt at the University of Harvard for a two-month stay thanks to an EMBO short-term fellowship. 
During her PhD, Chloé investigated the transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms that underlie the expression of the immunoglobulin heavy chain locus during B cell development. 


After her PhD, Chloé joined the Evotec company in Toulouse.


The BRETESCHE Prize for Medicine rewards a clinical or biological research subject with medical applications.
The award ceremony will take place on June 20 at the Hotel d'Assézat.