Hervé Kempf
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Hervé Kempf Herve Kempf, PhD Cartilage and vascular biology and developmental biology

Course and current status

EDUCATION

1999           Ph.D., Endocrinology,
University of Paris XI, Kremlin-Bicêtre,
France

1995           Ms.S.,
Endocrinology, University of Paris XI, Kremlin-Bicêtre,
France

1992           B. A., Physiology, 
University of Nancy I,
France

 

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

 Since 2011 Research fellow 1st class (CR1 INSERM, equivalent of Assistant Professor), UMR CNRS 7561, Nancy, France 

2007-2010 Research fellow 1st class (CR1 INSERM, equivalent of Assistant Professor), INSERM U833, Collège de France, Paris, France

2005-2006 Instructor, Collège de France, Paris, France

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2000-2005 Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Medical School, Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Boston, USA ; Advisor : Andrew Lassar.

Identification of factors that confer the competence of prechondrogenic mesoderm to become cartilage tissue

1994-1999 Graduate Student at Collège de France, INSERM U36, Paris, France; Advisors : Pierre Corvol and Jean-Marie Gasc.

Vasoactive peptides and development in the model of the chick embryo.

1994 Research Scientist at McGill University, Pharmacology and Therapeutics Department, Montreal, Canada ; Advisor : Marika Quik

Antisense oligonucleotides targetted to the nicotinic receptor: in vitro effect on transfected cells and endogenous receptor expressing cells.

 

 

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

Post-doctoral Fellowships

2004-2007: The Arthritis Foundation, Massachusetts Chapter (declined in August 2005).

2001-2004: Human Frontier Science Organization.

2000 : Association pour la Recherche sur le Cancer (French Cancer Research Association).


Doctoral Fellowships

1999 Grant fellowship from la Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale 

1995-1998 Doctoral fellowship from the French Ministry for Scientific Research

 

Awards

1999 Recipient of the "Young Researcher Price" from the Bettencourt-Schueller Foundation

 

Scientific summary

Molecular Mechanisms of Articular and Vascular Pathologic Mineralization

Signals and Transcription Factors Implicated in Embryonic Chondrogenesis

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