Jean Rosenbaum

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Attaché for Science and Technology (Life Sciences), Embassy of France in the United States (September 2016 - ).

Jean Rosenbaum joined the Office for Science and Technology of the French Embassy in Washington in September, 2016 as Scientific Attaché specialized in Life Sciences. His office is currently based in the French Consulate in Los Angeles, California.

Before occupying this position, he was trained as a Medical Doctor, then worked as a research scientist for the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM, France). His first appointment was in the Paris area (Créteil, 1990-1995). Then in 1995, he moved to Bordeaux where he became the head of an INSERM laboratory (1995-2016). He was also the Director of the Department of Life Sciences and Health of the University of Bordeaux (2015-2016) and worked as scientific officer at the French High Council for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERES, 2011-2016).

Jean Rosenbaum’s research dealt mostly with liver diseases. He contributed to over 120 scientific publications.