Dr. Crouzier is a researcher, experienced in the fields of biomaterials and biopolymers. He has moved back and forth between his home country of France and the United states. His last experience involves a 3-year postdoc at MIT (Cambridge, MA, USA) were he was a Marie Curie Fellow. Well involved in the academic life of the Institute, he served as president of the postdoctoral association. He is now an assistant professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH (Stockholm Sweden) where he works on biopolymer-based materials for biomedical applications. A passion for new technologies has led Dr. Crouzier to start a blog (connectedresearchers.com) about new online tools that are revolutionizing the way science is done in academia. He writes to promote the use of these new tools and project researchers into the 21st century.
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