Dupont Clément

Post-doctoral fellowship


PhD in Physics and Biomedical engineering

After a bachelor of applied Physics, a master in Biomedical engineering (Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France) and a doctorate degree in Physics, I continue my research on the photodynamic treatment of high-grade gliomas with a post-doctoral fellowship position, funded by the ASLMS research grant.
From more fundamental aspect (dosimetry of photodynamic therapies using Monte-Carlo method accelerated by GPU) to applied research (development of a medical device and its feasibility study in the INDYGO clinical trial), I developed research skills deeply involved in clinical context (reinforced by a state diploma on Strategies and development of public research (Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, France)).
Also, through my involvement in the European consortium Synaps, I have developed knowledge in the European processes in rare diseases.

La thérapie photodynamique expliquée par des fruits et des légumes
Thérapie photodynamique per-opératoire en Neurochirurgie