Amélie Vax-Weber

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Category: Engineers

Status: Engineer

Employer: CNRS

Team: Polymer self-assembly and life sciences

Location: ENSCBP building A office N1-38

+33(0)5 5684 7933

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Responsability of the Chromatography platform: Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) – Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) – Gas Chromatography (GC) – Flash Chromatography – Mass spectrometry (MS and MS/MS) – Liquid chromatography (LC)

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Education and experience

Amélie Vax Wéber is an engineer at CNRS. She obtained her master degree in Structural biochemistry, Proteomic and Metabolomic with honors from the university Paul Sabatier of Toulouse in 2011. From 2012 to 2014, she worked at the National Institute of Applied Sciences INSA in Toulouse, where she was manager of the chromatographic park. She also worked on the development and validation of analytical methods, user training, data treatment and writing of report. More precisely, she worked there on a project of Synthetic Biology for the production of added-value chemicals from renewable carbon resources. She has experience in the field of chromatographic analyses, especially for the characterization of polymers and biopolymers. She joined the LCPO in 2014, in the group "Polymer self-assembly and life sciences".