Scientific Advisors

Prof. Jean-Paul Thiery

Chief Scientific Advisor & Chairman of Scientific Committee

  • Principle investigator, Guangzhou Regenerative Medicine and Health, Guangdong Laboratory
  • Emeritus Director of Research, Gustave Roussy Cancer Center, France
  • Former Head, CNRS Unit at Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France
  • Former Head, Translational Research Department Institut Curie, Paris, France
  • Former Head, Department of Biochemistry, National University of Singapore
  • Visiting Professor, School of Medicine, University of Bergen, Norway
  • Scientific founder and Chairman of the board, BioCheetah Pte Ltd
    EMBO and Academia Europea member
  • Awardee of Knight of the French National Order of Merit (1997), Laureate of French Academy of Medicine (2000) & Knight in the French Legion of Honor (2009)
    Five patents, Publish 500 peer-reviewed papers , H Index 115.

Prof. Reinhard Zeidler

  • Professor at the Klinikum der Universität München(KUM) and Group Leader at the Helmholtz Centre Munich.
  • Development of proprietary therapeutic monoclonal antibodies, and Epstein-Barr-Virus and extracellular vesicles.
  • Over 90 peer-reviewed scientific publications.

Prof. Wolfgang Hammerschmidt

  • Director of Department of Research Unit Gene Vectors, Helmholtz Center Munich
  • Löffler-Frosch Award of the German Society of Virology, Aronson Award of the City of Berlin

Prof. Renata Stripecke

  • Professor at Hannover medical school.
  • Research focus: CAR-T and other immune therapies.
  • NIH K01/Howard Temin/US Stop Cancer/USC and UCLA career development award.

Prof. Scott Burrows

  • Group Leader of the Cellular Immunology Laboratory at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute.
  • Involved in the initial mapping of the 1st Epstein-Barr virus T cell epitopes, a critical step for the advancement of the field

Prof. Andreas Moosmann

  • Group Leader at the German Research Centre for Environmental Health, Helmholtz Centre Munich.
  • Research focus: immune response, especially T cell response against viruses.
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