General Secretary of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine (ETPN)
Alexandre Ceccaldi is the General Secretary of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine (ETPN), the think tank of medical applications of nanotechnologies in Europe, and coordinator of the NOBEL European Project, which acts for the convergence of all emerging medtech including digital health.
He holds a PhD in biology (University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris) and an engineering degree from Agro ParisTech, with experience in anticancer strategies, industrial management and innovative design. Previously, he has managed INGESTEM, the first French national public consortium entirely dedicated to R&D on induced pluripotent stem cells and their medical applications. He is currently responsible for the management and development of the secretariat of the ETPN association in Paris, and provides strategic and operational support to a community of more than 120 member organizations of the European nanomedicine ecosystem, in coordination with the board of directors of the platform. He has a passion for innovation in healthcare, not for the sake of it, but because it may really change the life of millions patients every year.
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Posted on 24.06.2019
Patients don’t care about technology – they care about quality of life
Everything we know about healthcare will be totally different in twenty years. But while breath-taking new technologies become available, I believe our most important task is to integrate them in a way that always benefits patients. Emerging medical technologies are fantastic tools with which we can completely reimagine the continuum of care. We can redesign […]