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Marie-Elisabeth Bougnoux, obtained both her MD (1985), and her PhD (1999) at University Paris-Descartes Medical School where she is currently Associate-Professor of Parasitology-Mycology and Head of the Mycology-Parasitology laboratory of Necker Hospital, Paris (Fr.), a major referral center for immunocompromised patients, both adults and children. She is member of the Research Group “Unité Biologie et Pathogénicité Fongiques” since 2000. ME Bougnoux has focused her research on the biological and genetics/genomics aspects of Candida albicans. Specifically, she tries to decipher the complex relationships that C. albicans establishes with human hosts particularly when it switches from a commensal to a pathogen state causing severe infections with a high mortality rate. By combining her findings with detailed epidemiological and clinical observations in patients she aims to discover new therapeutic avenues and significantly change candidiasis outcome.

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(FR) Marie-Elisabeth Bougnoux, obtained both her MD (1985), and her PhD (1999) at University Paris-Descartes Medical School where she is currently Associate-Professor of Parasitology-Mycology and Head of the Mycology-Parasitology laboratory of Necker Hospital, Paris (Fr.), a major referral center for immunocompromised patients, both adults and children. She is member of the Research Group “Unité Biologie et Pathogénicité Fongiques” since 2000. ME Bougnoux has focused her research on the biological and genetics/genomics aspects of Candida albicans. Specifically, she tries to decipher the complex relationships that C. albicans establishes with human hosts particularly when it switches from a commensal to a pathogen state causing severe infections with a high mortality rate. By combining her findings with detailed epidemiological and clinical observations in patients she aims to discover new therapeutic avenues and significantly change candidiasis outcome.

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