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Frédéric Triebel

Frédéric Triebel, French immunologist. Achievements include research in cloning and identification of several human genes with an important role for mounting an immune response against some cancer and infectious diseases; 11 patents on different human proteins and their role in the immune response. Recipient research award, Medical Research Foundation, 2000.

Background

  • Triebel, Frédéric was born on November 20, 1954 in Douala, Cameroon. Son of Marcel and Odette Triebel.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, Poitiers University, France, 1981; Doctor of Philosophy, Paris University, 1986.

    Career

    • Cancer specialist Institute Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France, 1986—2002. Professor immunology Paris University, 1991—2004. Founder, Chief Executive Officer Immutep S.A., France, since 2004.

      Director Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale, Villejuif, France, 1991—1996. Captain Health Service, 1981-1982, Paris.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in cloning and identification of several human genes with an important role for mounting an immune response against some cancer and infectious diseases. 11 patents on different human proteins and their role in the immune response.

    Works

    • Contributor more than 120 articles to professional publications.

    Membership

    Vice president Ligue Contre le Cancer, Comité des Yvelines, Versailles, France, 1999—2003, Member of Société Française d'Immunologie (associate).

    Connections

    • Married Nathalie David, September 22, 1984. Children: Jérome, Eléonore, Foucauld.
    • child: Jérome Triebel
    • child: Eléonore Triebel
    • child: Foucauld Triebel
    • mother: Odette Triebel
    • spouse: Nathalie David
    • father: Marcel
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    Born November 20, 1954
    (age 61)
    Nationality
    • 1981
      Poitiers University
    • 1986
      Paris University
    • 1986 - 2002
      Cancer specialist, Institute Gustave Roussy
      Villejuif, Ile-de-France, France
    • 1991 - 2004
      professor, immunology Paris University

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