Karine Puget, PhD, CEO
Karine did her PhD in Peptides area chemistry-Biology interface at Prof. Jean Martinez lab as Ipsen employee (CIFRE). She won several national contests from the french research Minister and Aventis in innovative company projects. She founded GENEPEP in March 2003 and since then she is actively involved in many collaborations with Pharma and Biotech companies.
Marie-Christine has joined GENEPEP in 2007 after a long experience in medical devices field (Hill Rom, Getinge). She is in charge of financial control and reporting, accounts, HR matters, sales, administration, suppliers relationships, quality system control.
Lukasz Frankiewicz, PhD
Lukasz Frankiewicz joined GENEPEP team in 2013. He has been involved in Peptide Chemistry for over 15 years. He finished his PhD at Peptide Laboratory of Chemistry Department, University of Warsaw, Poland. Afterwards he spent few years as a Post Doc in Brussels, Belgium and Dublin, Ireland working on different projects with Universities and companies like Janssen Pharmaceutica, Belgium and Arch Therapeutics, Boston, MA. At GENEPEP Lukasz is sharing his knowledge as Scientific Advisor and is responsible for Peptide Libraries.
Mathieu Galibert, PhD
Mathieu Galibert joined GENEPEP as Project Manager in October of 2016. He is in charge of the R&D programs for the chemical synthesis of protein. Mathieu has extensive experience in peptide synthesis, chemical ligation and bioconjugation. He holds a PhD in Organic Chemistry from Joseph Fourier University in Pascal Dumy’s team. The main objective of his PhD project was the synthesis and design of peptide vectors for cancer applications. After his studies he was a research associate at The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Agnès Delmas’ lab at Orleans. He worked on the development of a solid-supported strategy for the synthesis of protein and glycoprotein by chemical ligation. Before joining GENEPEP, his last position was project manager in Smartox Biotechnology.
Said Jebors, PhD
Saïd JEBORS has joined GENEPEP in October 2016 to develop the company’s polymer sector. He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of chemistry. After starting his research activities focused on the supramolecular chemistry, and then in the development of some hybrid peptide materials, he was in charge of the design of bioactive medical devices. He holds a doctorate in organic chemistry from the University Claude Bernard, Lyon 1.
Magali arrived in GENEPEP in 2006 after finishing her Master Degree in Chemistry at University of Montpellier and since then she acquired all necessary knowledge in Peptide Synthesis. She is now in charge of Custom and Catalog Peptide Synthesis.