Enterosys welcomes its new R&D and innovation engineer

Gwendoline Astre joined the Enterosys team in May 2022 and is in charge of developing our new models.

She obtained a PhD at the Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse. Her work focused on adipose tissue metabolism and its age-associated pathologies specifically type 2 diabetes. Then, she dug further into the global aged metabolism using the shortest-lived vertebrate in which she developed several in vitro and in vivo models and explored different metabolic and inflammatory aspects of aging. She is presently developing new in vitro and ex/in vivo models to implement our company’s service offer.




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