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Eric Reiter

Eric Reiter, PhD, is research director at INRAE (Institut National de Recherche pour L'agriculture, L'alimentation et l'Environnement), in Nouzilly, France. He is deputy director of UMR PRC (Physiologie de la Reproduction et des Comportements). He is also a member of MUSCA (MUSCA (MUltiSCAle populations dynamics for physiological systems), a joint project-team between INRIA, INRAE and CNRS launched in 2020. He received his PhD from University of Liège, Belgium in 1996 and was appointed as a permanent researcher at INRA the same year. He visited R.J. Lefkowitz’s laboratory at Duke University for a two years sabbatical (2003-2005) where he participated to some seminal discoveries on β-arrestin-mediated signalling. His interests are focused on GPCR signalling and reproduction. His recent research work is centred on systems biology applied to GPCR-induced signalling networks and on the development of biased ligands, including antibody fragments, at various GPCR. ER has published more than 100 peer-reviewed publications. He is co-inventor on 5 patents and is founding member of 3 start-up companies.

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