Fabien Ferrage
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Fabien Ferrage

Director of research at CNRS

Associate Professor at ENS

Fabien Ferrage did his undergraduate studies at the Ecole Normale Supérieure and Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Chemistry and Molecular Biophysics. He joined Geoffrey Bodenhausen's group at ENS for his master thesis and continued with his PhD, which he completed in 2002. He visited Art Palmer's lab at Columbia University in 2001. He joined David Cowburn's team at the New York Structural Biology Center in 2003 as a postdoc. He was appointed associate scientist at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in 2005 in Geoffrey Bodenhausen's group. Between 2007 and 2009, he worked part-time at the New York Structural Biology Center, collaborating with David Cowburn and Ranajeet Ghose. In 2010-1011, he spent two years as a visiting scientist in the team of Aneel Aggarwal at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He was appointed associate professor at ENS in 2015 and research director at CNRS in 2016.

In 2003, he received the PhD prize from the Chemical Physics division of the French Chemical and Physical Societies; the Nine Choucroun Prize from the Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique and a Lavoisier fellowship from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He has also received the Raymond Andrew Award from the Groupement Ampère in 2004. His main focus is on NMR methodology. His early work has led to the development of new selective experiments, techniques for the measurement of diffusion coefficients, as well as methods to study biomolecular complexes. For the last decade, his research has been focused on method and instrument developments for the exploration of biomolecular dynamics by NMR relaxation. In 2011, he received a Starting Grant from the European Research Council to study protein dynamics from low-magnetic field nuclear spin relaxation, by a technique called high-resolution relaxometry. He introduced recently, in a partnership with Bruker Biospin, two-field NMR spectroscopy, where moderately low and high magnetic fields are coupled in a all experiments. Fabien Ferrage has authored 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 4 book chapters, given over 50 invited talks, communications and seminars, and is the co-inventor of 4 patents.

Languages

French: mother tongue.
English: fluent.
Spanish: basic oral communication.

Education

  • 2011: Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris

    Habilitation à diriger des recherches.

  • 1997-2003: Ecole normale supérieure, Paris

    PhD (mention très honorable, highest distinction at that time) under the supervision of Dr. Geoffrey Bodenhausen about new developments in nuclear magnetic resonance methodology in liquids, particularly on selective coherence transfer, selective biomolecular experiments and diffusion measurements: Proton Spectroscopy in Heteronuclear NMR of Biomolecules: Single-Transition Cross-Polarization and Heteronuclear Stimulated Echoes.

  • Magistère interuniversitaire de Chimie de la région parisienne (Master in Chemistry) passed with distinction trés bien (highest distinction).

  • Diplôme d'études approfondies (DEA) de Biophysique moléculaire (Molecular Biophysics). Licence and Maîtrise of the Magistère interuniversitaire de Chimie de la région parisienne.

Teaching

  • Conformational Dynamics of Proteins in Physico-chimie du vivant, NC828 of Master 2 Chimie Paris-Centre (2009-2014).
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (2014-pres.), Master 1 Physical, analytical, and theoretical Chemistry, UE M1 4C303, Local Field Spectroscopy and Microscopy: Probes for Structure and Reactivity.
  • Scientific Communication in English (2014-), Master 1, Undergraduate education of the departement of Chemistry at ENS.
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Bachelor in Chemistry, Ecole normale supérieure (2015-pres.).

Honors and awards

  • 2003 PhD prize form the Chemical Physics division from the French Chemical and Physical Societies.
  • 2003 Lavoisier fellowship form the French Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • 2003 Nine Choucroun Prize from the Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique.
  • 2004 Raymond Andrew Award from the Groupement Ampère.
  • 2011 Starting Grant of the European Research Council (ERC) 2012-2017.

Other activities

  • Member of the academic council of PSL-Research University.
  • Reviewer for J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem., J. Magn. Reson., J. Biomol. NMR, Anal. Chem., J. Biol. Chem., J. Phys. Chem. B, Sci. Rep., and Biophys. J..
  • Reviewer for the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), European Research Council (ERC) and COST.

Publications

  • 51. A. A. Smith, M. Ernst, B. H. Meier, F. Ferrage, Reducing bias in the analysis of solution-state NMR data with dynamics detectors, 2018, arXiv:1812.01890.
  • 50. Hsu, F. Ferrage and A. G. Palmer, III, Biophys. J., 2018, 115, 2301-2309, DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2018.10.030.
  • 49. S. J. Elliott, P. Kadeřávek, L. J. Brown, M. Sabba, S. Glöggler, D. J. O'Leary, R. C. D. Brown, F. Ferrage and M. H. Levitt, Mol. Phys., 2018, DOI: 10.1080/00268976.2018.1543906, 1-7.
  • 48. S. F. Cousin, p. Kaderavek, N. Bolik-Coulon, Y. Gu, C. Charlier, L. Carlier, L. Bruschweiler-Li, T. Marquardsen, J.-M. Tyburn, R. Bruschweiler and F. Ferrage, Time-resolved protein side-chain motions unraveled by high-resolution relaxometry and molecular dynamics simulations, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 13456–13465, DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b09107.
  • 47. T. Yuwen, A. Bah, J. P. Brady, F. Ferrage, G. Bouvignies and L. E. Kay, Measuring Solvent Hydrogen Exchange Rates by Multi-Frequency Excitation 15N CEST, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2018, 122, 11206-11217. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.8b06820.
  • 46. P. Kadeřávek, Ferrage, G. Bodenhausen and D. Kurzbach, High-Resolution NMR of Folded Proteins in Hyperpolarized Physiological Solvents, Chemistry Eur. J. 2018, 24, 13418-13423.
  • 45. C. Charlier, G. Bouvignies, P. Pelupessy, A. Walrant, R. Marquant, M.Kozlov, P. De Ioannes, N. Bolik-Coulon, S. Sagan, P. Cortes, A. K. Aggarwal, L. Carlier, F. Ferrage, Structure and dynamics of an intrinsically disordered protein region that partially folds upon binding by chemical-exchange NMR, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 12219. Selected for the 2017 Young Investigator Issue of J. Am. Chem. Soc.
  • 44. P. Kadeřávek, L. Strouk, S. F. Cousin, C. Charlier, G. Bodenhausen, T. Marquardsen, J.-M. Tyburn, P.-A. Bovier, F. Engelke, W. Maas, F. Ferrage, Full correlations across broad NMR spectra by two-field total correlation spectroscopy, ChemPhysChem 2017, in press.
  • 43. C.-Y. Chou, M. Abdesselem, C. Bouzigues, M. Chu, A. Guiga, T.-H. Huang, F. Ferrage, T. Gacoin, A. Alexandrou, D. Sakellariou, Ultra-wide range field-dependent measurements of the relaxivity of Gd1−xEuxVO4 nanoparticle contrast agents using a mechanical sample- shuttling relaxometer, Sci. Rep. 2017, 7, 44770.
  • 42. S. F. Cousin, C. Charlier, P. Kadeřávek, T. Marquardsen, J.-M. Tyburn, P.-A. Bovier, S. Ulzega, T. Speck, D. Wilhelm, F. Engelke, W. Maas, D. Sakellariou, G. Bodenhausen, P. Pelupessy, F. Ferrage, High-Resolution Two-Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016, 18, 33187-33194.
  • 41. S. F. Cousin, P. Kadeřávek, B. Haddou, C. Charlier, T. Marquardsen, J.-M. Tyburn, P.-A. Bovier, F. Engelke, W. Maas, G. Bodenhausen, P. Pelupessy, F. Ferrage,* Recovering Invisible Signals by Two-Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. 2016, 55, 9886-9889.
  • 40. C. Charlier, S. F. Cousin, F. Ferrage, Protein Dynamics from Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2016, 45, 2410 - 2422.
  • 39. Y. Gossuin, Z. Serhan, L. Sandiford, D. Henrard, T. Marquardsen, R. T. M. de Rosales, D. Sakellariou, F. Ferrage,* Sample shuttling relaxometry of contrast agents: NMRD profiles above 1 T with a single device, Appl. Magn. Reson. 2016, 47(3), 237-246.
  • 38. R. Augustyniak, J. Stanek, H. Colaux, G. Bodenhausen, W. Kozminski, T. Herrmann, F. Ferrage, Nuclear Overhauser spectroscopy of chiral CHD methylene groups, J. Biomol. NMR, 2016, 64, 27.
  • 37. F. Ferrage, K. Dutta, D. Cowburn, Identification of hydrophobic interfaces in protein-ligand complexes by selective saturation transfer NMR spectroscopy, Molecules, 2015, 20, 21992.
  • 36. P. Kaderavek, S. Grutsch, N. Salvi, M. Tollinger, L. Zidek, G. Bodenhausen, F. Ferrage, Cross-correlated relaxation measurements under adiabatic sweeps: determination of local order in proteins, J. Biomol. NMR, 2015, 63, 353.
  • 35. S. N. Khan, C. Charlier, R. Augustyniak, N. Salvi, V. Déjean, G. Bodenhausen, O. Lequin, P. Pelupessy, F. Ferrage, Distribution of pico- and nanosecond motions in disordered proteins from nuclear spin relaxation, Biophys. J. 2015, 109, 988.
  • 34. C.-Y. Chou, F. Ferrage, G. Aubert, D. Sakellariou, Simple method for the generation of multiple homogeneous field volumes inside the bore of superconducting magnets, Sci. Rep. 2015, 5, 12200.
  • 33. C. Charlier, S. N. Khan, T. Marquardsen, P. Pelupessy, V. Reiss, D. Sakellariou, G. Bodenhausen, F. Engelke, F. Ferrage, Nanosecond Time Scale Motions in Proteins Revealed by High-Resolution NMR Relaxometry, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 18665. JACS Spotlight: Following Proteins Move with Low Magnetic Fields, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 19047.
  • 32. K. Stafford, F. Ferrage, J.-H. Cho, A. G. Palmer, Side chain dynamics of carboxyl and carbonyl groups in the catalytic function of Escherichia coli ribonuclease H, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 18024.
  • 31. F. Ferrage, K. Dutta, E. Nistal-Villán, Jenish R. Patel, Maria T. Sanchez-Aparicio, Pablo De Ioannes, Angeliki Buku, Gloria González Aseguinolaza, Adolfo García-Sastre, Aneel K. Aggarwal, Structure and Dynamics of the Second CARD of Human RIG-I Provides Mechanistic Insights into Regulation of RIG-I Activation, Structure 2012, 20, 2048.
  • 30. R. Augustyniak, F. Ferrage, C. Damblon, G. Bodenhausen, P. Pelupessy, Efficient determination of diffusion coefficients by monitoring transport during recovery delays in NMR, Chem. Commun. 2012, 48, 5307.
  • 29. N. Salvi, s. Ulzega, F. Ferrage, G. Bodenhausen, Time Scales of Slow Motions in Ubiquitin Explored by Heteronuclear Double Resonance, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 2481.
  • 28. R. Augustyniak, S. Balayssac, F. Ferrage, G. Bodenhausen, O. Lequin, 1H, 13C and 15N Resonance Assignment of a 114-Residue Fragment of Engrailed 2 Homeoprotein, a Partially Disordered Protein, Biomol. NMR. Assign. 2011, 5, 229.
  • 27. R. Augustyniak, F. Ferrage,* R. Paquin, O. Lequin, G. Bodenhausen, Methods to Determine Slow Diffusion Coefficients of Biomolecules. Applications to Engrailed 2, a Partially Disordered Protein, J. Biomol. NMR. 2011, 50, 209.
  • 26. S. Ulzega, N. Salvi, T. F. Segawa, F. Ferrage, G. Bodenhausen, Control of Cross Relaxation of Multiple-Quantum Coherences Induced by Fast Chemical Exchange Under Heteronuclear Double-Resonance Irradiation, ChemPhysChem, 2011, 12, 333. Journal cover
  • 25. F. Ferrage,* A. Reichel, S. Battacharya, D. Cowburn, R. Ghose, On the Measurement of 15N-{1H} Nuclear Overhauser Effects. 2. Effects of the Saturation Scheme and Water Signal Suppression, J. Magn. Reson. 2010, 207, 294.
  • 24. M. P. Nicholas, E. Eryilmaz, F. Ferrage, D. Cowburn, R. Ghose, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxation and Rotational Diffusion Theory for Isotropic and Anisotropic Solutions, Prog. Nucl. Magn. Reson. Spectrosc. 2010, 57, 111.
  • 23. F. Ferrage, K. Dutta, A. Shekhtman, D. Cowburn, Structural Determination of Biomolecular Interfaces by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Reduced Proton Density Proteins, J. Biomol. NMR 2010, 47, 41.
  • 22. S. Ulzega, M. Verde, F. Ferrage,* G. Bodenhausen, Heteronuclear Double-Resonance in NMR Spectroscopy : Relaxation of Multiple-Quantum Coherences, J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 131, 224503.
  • 21. F. Ferrage,* D. Cowburn, R. Ghose, Sampling High-Frequency Motions in Proteins by Steady-State 15N-{1H} Nuclear Overhauser Effect in the Presence of Cross-Correlated Relaxation, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009, 131, 6048.
  • 20. M. Verde, S. Ulzega, F. Ferrage,* G. Bodenhausen, Preservation of Heteronuclear Multiple-Quantum Coherences by Double-Resonance Irradiation, J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 130, 074506.
  • 19. R. Paquin, F. Ferrage,* F. A. A. Mulder,* M. Akke, G. Bodenhausen, Multiple-Timescale Dynamics of Side-Chain Carbonyl and Carboxyl Groups in Proteins by 13C Nuclear Spin Relaxation, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 15805.
  • 18. R. Sarkar, D. Moskau, F. Ferrage, P. R. Vasos, G. Bodenhausen, Single or Triple Gradients? J. Magn. Reson. 2008, 193, 110.
  • 17. L. Duma, D. Abergel, F. Ferrage, P. Pelupessy, P. Tekely, G. Bodenhausen, Broad-Band Dipolar Recoupling for Magnetization Transfer in Solid-State NMR Correlation Spectroscopy, ChemPhysChem 2008, 9, 1104.
  • 16. F. Ferrage,* A. Piserchio, D. Cowburn, R. Ghose, On the Measurement of 15N-{1H} Nuclear Overhauser Effects, J. Magn. Reson. 2008, 192, 302.
  • 15. F. Ferrage, Changer la mise au point: expériences de RMN biomoléculaire à trés basse ou trés haute résolution, Actu. Chim. 2007, 314, 23.
  • 14. E. R. Valentine, F. Ferrage, F. Massi, D. Cowburn, A. G. Palmer, Joint Composite-Rotation Adiabatic-Sweep Isotope Filtration, J. Biomol. NMR 2007, 38, 11.
  • 13. P. Pelupessy, F. Ferrage, G. Bodenhausen, Accurate Measurement of Longitudinal Cross-Relaxation Rates in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, J. Chem. Phys. 2007, 126, 134508.
  • 12. F. Ferrage,* P. Pelupessy, D. Cowburn, G. Bodenhausen, Protein Backbone Dynamics through 13C'-13Ca Cross-Relaxation in NMR Spectroscopy, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 11072.
  • 11. J.-B. Salmon, C. Dubroscq, P. Tabeling, S. Charier, D. Alcor, L. Jullien, F. Ferrage, An Approach to Extract Rate Constants from Reaction-Diffusion Dynamics in a Microchannel, Anal. Chem. 2005, 77, 3417.
  • 10. D. Alcor, J.-F Allemand, E. Cogné-Laage, V. Croquette, F. Ferrage, L. Jullien, A. Kononov, A. Lemarchand, Stochastic Resonance to Control Diffusive Motion in Chemistry, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2005, 109, 131.
  • 9. D. Alcor, J.-F Allemand, I. Aujard, J.-B. Baudin, C. Benbrahim, S. Charier, E. Cogné-Laage, V. Croquette, A. Esteves-Torres, F. Ferrage, L. Jullien, A. Kononov, A. Lemarchand, H. Lemarchand et O. Ruel, Controlled Assembly of Covalent and Supramolecular Chemical Modules: from Engineering of Complex Structures to High-Performance Chromatography, Russ. Chem. Bull. 2004, 53, 1379.
  • 8. F. Ferrage, T. R. Eykyn et G. Bodenhausen, Frequency-Switched Single-Transition Cross-Polarization: a Tool for Selective Experiments in Biomolecular NMR, ChemPhysChem, 2004, 5, 76.
  • 7. F. Ferrage, M. Zoonens, D. E. Warschawski, J. -L. Popot et G. Bodenhausen, Slow Diffusion of Macromolecular Assemblies by a New Pulsed Field Gradient NMR Method, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 2541.
  • 6. T. R. Eykyn, F. Ferrage et G. Bodenhausen, Quasi-Isotropic Single-Transition Cross-Polarization in NMR, J. Chem. Phys. 2002, 116, 10041.
  • 5. C. Mangeney, F. Ferrage, I. Aujard, V. Marchi-Artzner, L. Jullien, O. Ouari, E. D. Rekai, A. Laschewsky, I. Vikholm et J. W. Sadowski, Synthesis and Properties of water-soluble gold colloids covalently derivatized with neutral polymer monolayers, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 5811.
  • 4. F. Ferrage, T. R. Eykyn et G. Bodenhausen, Highly Selective Excitation in Biomolecular NMR by Frequency-Switched Single-Transition Cross-Polarization, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 2076.
  • 3. I. Aujard, J.-P. Baltaze, J.-B. Baudin, E. Cogné, F. Ferrage, L. Jullien, E. Perez, V. Prévost, L. M. Qian et O. Ruel, Tetrahedral Onsager Crosses for Solubility Improvement and Crystallization Bypass, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123, 8177.
  • 2. T. R. Eykyn, F. Ferrage, E. Winterfors et G. Bodenhausen, Single-Transition Coherence Transfer by Adiabatic Cross-Polarization, ChemPhysChem. 2000, 1, 217.
  • 1. F. Ferrage, T. R. Eykyn et G. Bodenhausen, Coherence Transfer by Single-Transition Cross-Polarization: Quantitation of Cross-Correlation Effects in NMR, J. Chem. Phys. 2000, 113, 178.

Book Chapters

  • 4. N. Bolik-Coulon, L. Carlier, G. Bouvignies, F. Ferrage, Experimental characterization of the dynamics of IDPs and IDRs by NMR, in Intrinsically Disordered Proteins - Dynamics, Binding, and Function, Academic Press, 2019, in press.
  • 3. F. Ferrage, K. Dorai, Cross-correlations in Biomolecules, in New Developments in NMR No. 12, Cross-relaxation and Cross-correlation Parameters in NMR: Molecular Approaches, Ed. D. Canet, The Royal Society of Chemistry 2018.
  • 2. S. F. Cousin, P. Kadeřávek, N. Bolik-Coulon, F. Ferrage, Determination of Protein ps-ns Motions by High-Resolution Relaxometry, Methods in Mol. Biol. 2017, in press
  • 1. F. Ferrage, Protein Dynamics from Nitrogen-15 Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation, Methods in Mol. Biol. 2012, 831, 141.

Invited Talks (international)

  • 18. 1st Franco-Israeli Symposium on Magnetic Resonance, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel (January 20-22 2019): Investigating complex dynamic systems with high-resolution NMR from high magnetic fields down to milliTesla; F. Ferrage.
  • 17. XXVIII International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems (ICMRBS), Dublin, Ireland (August 19-24 2018): Protein dynamics with high-resolution field-dependent NMR: from high fields down to 0.33 T; F. Ferrage.
  • 16. 24th meeting of the National Magnetic Resonance Society (India), Mohali, India (February 16-19 2018): High-Resolution Relaxometry and Two-Field NMR Combining High-Field and Low-Field NMR to Investigate Dynamics; F. Ferrage.
  • 15. Ampere NMR School, Zakopane, Pland (June 30th 2017): Magnetic field-dependent high-resolution NMR: from 0.1 to 23.5 T; F. Ferrage.
  • 14. 1st Workshop on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry, Olsztyn, Poland (February 14th 2017): Exploring the conformational space with a sample shuttle; F. Ferrage.
  • 13. 10th NMR a Tool for Biology, Paris, France (January 30th 2017): Exploring the conformational space with a sample shuttle; F. Ferrage.
  • 12. 12th EUROMAR, Aarhus, Denmark (July 6th 2016): Dynamics from NMR: Reaching a higher orbit with a sample shuttle; F. Ferrage.
  • 11. Symposium on Biomolecular Dynamics, Structure and NMR Spectroscopy, Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble, (December 4th 2014): Wiggle. Tumble. Shuttle. Protein Dynamics from High-Resolution Relaxometry; F. Ferrage.
  • 10. 14th CCPN Conference, University of Hull, Scarborough Campus, (September 3rd 2014), Scarborough, UK: Protein Dynamics from NMR Relaxation: From High to Low Fields. From Order to Disorder; F. Ferrage.
  • 9. 10th EUROMAR, (July 2nd 2014), Zurich, Switzerland: Protein Dynamics from High-Resolution Relaxometry and Multiple-Field Relaxation; F. Ferrage.
  • 8. Pre-ENC Bruker Symposium, (March 23rd 2014), Boston, USA: High-resolution relaxometry with a fast pneumatic sample shuttle system; F. Ferrage.
  • 7. 4th France-Japan Joint Seminar, Imaging of spatiotemporal hierarchies in living cells : an overview of dynamics from molecules to cells, (January 6th-11th 2013), SPring8, Hyogo, Japan: Unraveling the Dynamics of (Dis)ordered Proteins with Multiple-Field Nuclear Spin Relaxation; F. Ferrage.
  • 6. 3rd Annual Meeting of the EAST-NMR network, (November 2012), Lasko, Slovenia: Unraveling the Dynamics of (Dis)ordered Proteins with Multiple-Field Nuclear Spin Relaxation; F. Ferrage.
  • 5. Challenges in NMR Spectroscopy, (October 2009), Berlin, Germany: New Methods. Better Rates. Protein Dynamics from NMR Relaxation; F. Ferrage.
  • 4. Internal Mobilty in Biomolecules III, NMR-Life meeting, Ecole normale supérieure, (2008), Paris (France):Multiple-Timescale Dynamics of Carbonyl and Carboxyl Groups in Proteins by 13C Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation; R. Paquin, F. A. A. Mulder, M. Akke, G. Bodenhausen, F. Ferrage.
  • 3. 10th Annual Summer Meeting of the New York Structural Biology Discussion Group, (2007), New York (USA): New Applications of the Nuclear Overhauser Effect for Protein Structure and Dynamics; F. Ferrage.
  • 2. Internal Mobilty in Biomolecules, NMR-Life meeting, Ecole normale supérieure, (2007), Paris (France):Measuring NMR Relaxation Rates; F. Ferrage.
  • 1. European Experimental NMR/Ampere joint meeting (2004), Lille (France): Raymond Andrew Award talk: Single-Transition Cross-Polarization: a Tool for Selective Experiments in Biomolecular NMR; F. Ferrage, T. R. Eykyn, G. Bodenhausen.

Invited Talks (national)

  • 4. Ecole thématique de RMN du GERM (Groupement d’études de résonance magnétique) (19-23 mars 2018) : RMN des protéines (intrinsèquement désordonnées) ; F. Ferrage.
  • 3. Ecole magnétisme et résonance magnétique (groupe MRM de la division de chimie physique) (june 2017) : Le bien-être en RMN: mouvements et relaxation ; F. Ferrage.
  • 2. Instrumenter et Innover en Chimie Physique pour Préparer l'Avenir, deuxième édition (May 5th 2017), Paris : La résonance magnétique nucléaire à deux champs ; F. Ferrage.
  • 1. 30ème Journées utilisateur Bruker, Paris, France (Novembre 29th 2016) : La RMN sur orbite, avec une navette; F. Ferrage.

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