Academic and Institutional Relations Manager
Dulce Papy-Garcia (DPG) is a professor at the University Paris Est Créteil (UPEC) and director of the Research Unit 'Growth, Regeneration and Tissue Repair' (CRRET) of the National Centre for Scientific Research (UPEC-CNRS 9215), in France. Originally from Jiquilpan, Michoacán, she graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaco-biology at the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo, followed by a master's and a doctorate in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Tokushima Bunri, in Japan. In 2001, he became an associate professor at the University of Paris XII, France. In 2004, she was awarded by the CNRS (ATIP) to develop the theme 'Glycobiology, Tissue Homeostasis, and Pathology.' His research in Glycosciences was central to the development of the 'Matrix Therapy' concept in Regenerative Medicine, currently in clinical, and to the development of an entirely new vision of Alzheimer's disease that opens up new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies supported by the European Commission. Currently, with more than 70 scientific publications, four patents, and several declarations of invention, DPG is the leader of a group of highly qualified researchers who integrate Glycobiology to the study of the mechanisms involved in the development of diseases that represent significant scientific and societal challenges. DPG actively participates in fostering scientific and academic exchanges between France and Mexico.