[31/07/2014] Arthur continues his portraits of young researchers, more tortured and more enthusiastic than ever, with a 7th interview: Stéphanie Longet. Passing through Paris, she meets with Arthur to tell him all about her fundamental research in the field of immunology and its potential pharmaceutical applications.
Episode 7: Stéphanie Longet, PhD student in immunology
“It's not a job, it's a passion.” A new encounter, a new thesis subject, and a new passion. Stéphanie Longet is a PhD candidate in immunology of intestinal bacteria. She is doing her PhD in Switzerland, thanks to the funding of a pharmaceutical company that believes in the potential applications of her research. Stéphanie is an uncomplicated and passionate young woman. For her, there's no distinction between her research work and her everyday-life passions, even if she knows that, in research, there is a great deal of work to do. How does Arthur feel meeting these young people so devoted to scientific research?
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