University of Bordeaux
University of Bordeaux 🇫🇷
The University of Bordeaux was founded in 1441 in France. In 1970, the University was split up in four separate universities. It was reestablished on 1 January 2014 from the merger of three of the new universities: Bordeaux 1, Victor Segalen Univeristy (Bordeuax 2) and Montesquieu Univeristy (bordeuax 4). The University of Bordeaux is part of the Community of universities and higher education institutions of Aquitaine.
Today,the University of Bordeaux is ranked among the top French universities for the quality of its academic coursesand research. This multidisciplinary, research-focused, international institution leads the “Initiative of Excellence” (idEx Bordeaux) and is one of only three universities in France with an IdEx program confirmed in 2016. Via this program, the University of Bordeaux develops innovative training, research and knowledge transfer programs in numerous fields of excellence and in partnership with other educational institutes in Bordeaux.
Supervisor of Francesca Galluzzi
Co-supervisor of Fabiana Di Gianvincenzo
Caroline Tokarski is a member of the “Institut Universitaire de France”. Her research concerns methodological developments based on high-resolution mass spectrometry. In particular, she developed new methodologies for analysis of proteins, lipids, and polysaccharides from Cultural Heritage samples. She was recognized in 2011 by the Analytical Chemistry Division of the French Society of Chemistry for her developments in Cultural Heritage (Award 2011). She has supervised 7 PhD, 4 post-doc and 28 students of Master level (french and foreigner) in Mass Spectrometry thematics. She is the coordinator of the european JPI-JHEP project “LeadART” 2014-2017 involving 11 european partners among which are academic partners, private groups, and Rijksmuseum.