Eric Chevet, Ph.D.
French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (Inserm)
University of Rennes Comprehensive Cancer Centre Eugène Marquis
Eric Chevet is research director at the French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (Inserm). After earning a Ph.D. in molecular cell biology from the University of Paris in 1996 and completing a post-doctoral fellowship at McGill University (Canada), Chevet established his own laboratory at McGill University in 2001 before going back to France in 2006. For the past 15 years he has been investigating the role of endoplasmic reticulum stress signaling and proteostasis control in cancer development. In early 2015, Chevet moved to Rennes in the western part of France to head a cancer research laboratory within the Comprehensive Cancer Centre Eugène Marquis. The main objective of this research center is to characterize select stress signaling pathways (including ER stress, death receptors, DNA damage) in various cancers and develop novel relevant therapeutics to impede cancer development. Eric Chevet has authored more than 140 publications and few patents.
Other SLAS Publications
AlphaScreen-Based Characterization of the Bifunctional Kinase/ RNase IRE1α: A Novel and Atypical Drug Target
By Marion Bouchecareilh, Marie-Elaine Caruso, Philippe Roby, Stéphane Parent, Nathalie Rouleau, Said Taouji, Olivier Pluquet, Roger Bossé, Michel Moenner and Eric Chevet
Journal of Biomolecular Screening 2010
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July 18, 2017