Mallory Perrin-Wolff is currently deputy director of the Department of Technology and Scientific Programs (DTPS) and more particularly in charge of Incentive Scientific Research Programs Department (SPIS).
Her current goals and challenges are (1) to source, launch and support a series of strategic research programs by using Institut Pasteur seed funding for the early-stage and (2) to seek partnerships for further development and funding for those programs and for the core facilities asset of Institut Pasteur.
She was previously Director of Strategic Partnerships & Alliances at Inserm Transfert with a specific goal on Open innovation area. She has a 15-year experience in the Technology Transfer covering biomedical research and human health. She joined Inserm Transfert in 2006 where she progressively became a Business Development/Licensing executive, in charge of the Immunology-inflammation domain with a strong focus on biopharmaceuticals (therapeutic monoclonal antibodies and technology platforms). She has a broad experience of public-private partnership between the academic research and worldwide Biotech/biopharma Industry developing Open innovation deals, early-stage in-licensing, technical evaluation and alliance management.
Mallory holds a Ph.D in Immunology and Molecular pharmacology (University Paris Descartes, France) with extensive experience in oncology and endocrinology area (post-doctoral and Inserm scientific positions).