Ph.D. Student Candidate
Anaëlle Dumazer studied Health Chemistry in the National Graduate School of chemistry of Montpellier (ENSCM, Montpellier, France). In 2019 she obtained the postgraduate degree of ‘Ingénieur Chimiste’ from the School with a Biology with a Chemistry and Health graduate major. In parallel to her last year at the school, she also performed a Master of ‘Biology & Translational Medicinal Chemistry’ at the University of Sciences of Montpellier (UM, Montpellier, France). She joined our lab in November 2019 as a laboratory assistant. Her research focuses on highlighting the interaction of the D2 dopamine receptor and the Adenosine A2A receptor for the development of a new generation of drugs fighting schizophrenia.