Malene Jensen, laureate of the first Impulscience® Program of the Bettencourt Schueller Fondation

Malene Jensen, CNRS research director in the “Protein Dynamics and Flexibility” group at the IBS, is one of the 7 researchers in Life Science distinguished by the first Impulscience grant program of the Bettencourt Schueller Fondation. The Foundation is committed to financially support each of these researchers for a period of 5 years and with 2.3 million euros, a sum that covers the research program, a personal bonus for the researcher and the management costs.
The work of Malene will allow to observe more closely the capacity of cells to respond continuously to internal and external signals, thanks to so-called scaffold proteins (To know more).