Martine Cohen-Solal MD, PhD
Professor of cell biology and rheumatologist at University Paris-Diderot Paris 7
Research theme: mechanisms of bone resorption and particularly of effect of estrogenes in osteoclasts. The clinical aspect is dedicated to the identification of factors involved in bone fragility and cortical bone loss. A new research theme has been developed focused in the interaction between bone and cartilage showing the implication of bone resorption in the development of osteoarthritis.
Academic position: in charge of teaching of cell biology and at the level of Master at the Paris-Diderot medical school
Membership: French society of rheumatology, American Society for Bone and Mineral Research and part of the scientific committee of INSERM.
The role of the ECTS Research Committee is to coordinate the ECTS programmes to further the research and goals of the members and organisation.
The Committee is responsible for contributing to the Committee’s achievement of its objectives and fulfilment of its function on behalf of the ECTS, in accordance with its strategic objectives. Members are expected to:
- Advise the Board of Directors on issues and policies regarding current or potential grants and awards
- Consider grant and award nominees and select appropriate grant reviewers, taking into account any contractual conditions
- Consider ECTS Academy applications and select appropriate reviewers, taking into account any contractual conditions
- Collate and examine reviewers’ marks and comments and make recommendations to the ECTS Board
Committee Structure and Composition
Grants & Awards
- Peter Pietschmann, Co-Chair
- Jennifer Walsh
- Olivier Peyruchaud
- Andrea Burden, ECTS Academy
Academy Member Selection
- Graham Williams, Co-Chair
- Nadia Rucci
- Jan Stepan
- Elena Tsourdi, ECTS Academy