• Interview of Gilles

    Watch the interview of Gilles at the University of Burgos!

  • New article accepted in J. Nucl. Med

    Congratulations to Marie and Maggie for their article which has just been accepted in J. Nucl. Med. This is the result of our long-standing collaboration with Prof. Thomas Mindt.

  • Welcome to Joe!

    We are very happy to welcome Joe Cowell, our new post-doc from the UK. Joe will be working on the preparation of novel chelators for 89Zr in collaboration with Prof. Thomas Mindt at the Medical University in Vienna (Austria).

  • Gilles among the 5% of the Reviewers for Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

    Excellent news, Gilles was among the top 5% of the reviewers for Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. in 2017!

  • Welcome to Luke!

    We are very happy to welcome Dr. Luke McKenzie, who is starting a post-doc between the group of Dr. Marcel Hollenstein at the Pasteur Institute and ours at Chimie ParisTech, PSL University. Luke is financed by the ARC Foundation (Agence de la Recherche contre le Cancer).

  • Congratulations to Saonli and Malay!

    Congratulations to our previous lab members Saonli and Malay for the arrival of their baby son Somrik. Best wishes to the three of them!

  • Johannes and Gilles in Stanford!

    Johannes and Gilles are currently spending 4 days in Stanford as part of a collaboration with the group of Prof. Hongjie Dai. This stay is funded by the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and PSL University.

  • Review article in memory of Prof. Leone Spiccia accepted in ChemPlusChem

    We are very happy to communicate that our review article in honour of our esteemed colleague and friend the late Prof. Leone Spiccia has been accepted in ChemPlusChem. This article written in collaboration with Dr. Tanmaya Joshi and Dr. Holger Stephan (Dresden-Rossendorf Helmholtz Research Centre, Germany) describes the applications of the ligand tacn in biomimicry … more

  • Welcome to Prof. Dr. Emilio Viñuelas Zahínos!

    We are very happy to welcome Prof. Dr. Emilio Viñuelas Zahínos from the University of Extremadura as an invited Professor. Emilio will spend the next 5 months in our group working on the preparation of novel PDT photosensitizers. Enjoy your time in Paris!