Bruno Vitorge did his undergraduate studies in chemistry at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, in Paris, France. He obtained a Master degree in “methods in spectroscopy”. He then joined Damien Jeannerat’s laboratory (University of Geneva, Switzerland) for a PhD where he new applications of NMR for small molecule.
In October 2009 he joined Geoffrey Bodenhausen’s group at the École Normale Supérieure (ENS) for a post-doctoral project in collaboration with Andreas Volk from the Institut Curie (Orsay), entitled “Magnetic Resonance in Inhomogeneous Fields: MRS and MRI from in-vitro to in-vivo” founded by the “Fondation Pierre Gilles de Gennes”.
In October 2011 he joined Olivier Lequin’s group for a post-doctoral project to developed in-cell NMR spectroscopy of the homeoprotein Engrailed.
In 2012 he passed the ingénieur d’étude competitive examination to joined the CNRS in Muriel Delepierre’s group.