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Céline Vallot and Magali Richard, co-founders of the start-up One Biosciences

Céline Vallot, winner of the CNRS 2022 Innovation Medal (right) and Magali Richard, CEO and co-founder of the start-up One Biosciences, in Paris in 2022. Director of research at the CNRS DIG-Cancer laboratory, Céline Vallot and her team focus on non-genetic mechanisms, in particular epigenetics, that can explain the adaptability of cancer cells. She is co-inventor of two families of patents and two software programs, allowing interactive and rapid analysis of cellular data by people without specific computational skills, such as biologists and physicians looking for new therapeutic targets. She founded the start-up One Biosciences, which aims to become a world leader in precision medicine for complex diseases.

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