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Alessandra Carbone, Grammaticakis-Neuman Prize winner

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Alessandra Carbone, Grammaticakis-Neuman Prize winner

A full professor at UPMC’s Department of Computer Science and director of the Genomics of Microorganisms Laboratory (CNRS/UPMC), Alessandra Carbone received the Grammaticakis-Neuman Prize, given by the French Academy of Science. This prize, awarded every two years, rewards the best work in a field, in this case, “Integrative Biology”.

Winner of the Joliot-Curie prize in 2010, Alessandra Carbone obtained her PhD in mathematics at New-York University. Specialized in the relationship between mathematics and molecular biology, she has been teaching at UPMC since 2003.



21/09/12