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Clément Cochain

Auditorium 1
Invited by
Nicolas Venteclef
PARCC - Paris Cardiovascular Research Center

Clément Cochain received his PhD from Université Paris 7 in 2011. His doctorate work was performed in the Paris Cardiovascular Research Center under the supervision of J-S Silvestre, and focused on the role of chemokines and their receptors in the initiation and resolution of inflammation during tissue repair after ischemic injury. In 2012, he moved to the lab of Prof. Alma Zernecke (Würzburg, Germany) where he worked on the immune pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, with projects investigating various aspects of the adaptive and innate immune response in vascular inflammation. From 2018 to 2024, Clément Cochain led a junior research group at the University Hospital Würzburg, Germany, where he investigated the heterogeneity and determinants of innate immune cell function in atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction using single-cell technologies. Since April 2024, Clément Cochain holds the INSERM Junior Professor Chair ‘Multi-organ dysfunction and cardiovascular pathology in metabolic diseases’ at the Paris Cardiovascular Research Center.

Seminar Topic: TREM2+ macrophages in cardiovascular diseases