Dr Lucrèce Nicoud
Lucrèce is a (bio)chemical engineer with expertise in process modeling and separation science. She graduated from ENSIC (Nancy, France) with major in chemical engineering and obtained her PhD from the ETH Zurich (Switzerland) in 2015. Her doctoral work focused on the stability of therapeutic proteins. As a post-doctoral fellow at ETH Zurich, she worked on the modeling of chromatographic systems, both single and multicolumn. She also contributed to the book Continuous Biopharmaceutical Processes: Chromatography, Bioconjugation and Protein Stability.1 Then, she carried out a research project at MIT (Cambridge, MA, USA) in the field of pharmaceuticals crystallization. She joined Ypso-Facto in 2018, where she is currently involved both in scientific consulting and software development.
1 Continuous Biopharmaceutical Processes: Chromatography, Bioconjugation and Protein Stability. D. Pfister, L. Nicoud, M. Morbidelli. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge Series in Chemical Engineering. ISSN: 9781108420228