CIVIL SOCIETY & PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
Representatives of public institutions
G & CTI CIVIL SOCIETY & PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
A small group of enthusiasts, taking our responsibilities as members of society, we have the will to ensure that gene and cell therapies are received as best as possible in the region. We are aware of the challenges (ethical, social, etc.) represented by these health revolutions, as well as the concerns expressed by the French about them. Our civil society college and public institution is therefore the interface between society and the think tank .
Through our voices of specialists or simply curious, we owe it to ourselves to highlight our problems, as well as to share our ideas and solutions. This is achieved through the active participation of all the members of the college in the various working groups.
Philosophers, sociologists ...
Civil society representatives
Doctor of Pharmacy, graduated from the faculty of Paris 11 and after more than 10 years working in the laboratory I created my company MEDI3C in 2019.
It was during this period that I became fully aware of the rise of gene and cell therapies, of the revolution they engender and of the various problems inherent in their status. I then discovered G & CTI and got involved personally. This is to bring my stone to the building and participate in the arrival and appropriation of gene and cell therapies by the population.
CO-CHAIRS OF THE CIVIL SOCIETY AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS COLLEGE
A 5th year student in pharmacy - industry-research course at the Faculty of Toulouse, I find gene and cell therapies fascinating in many respects: scientific, ethical, political, medical. I joined G & CTI to discuss and build common positions with the various players in this multidisciplinary field and play a role in the evolution and democratization of these innovative therapies.
Regulatory affairs consultant
Member of the SCIP college
EVERYBODY HAS A WORD TO SAY
Because gene and cell therapies are already making it possible to change the management of certain diseases and that they may impact the lives of even more patients in the future.
I joined GCTI because it is necessary to prepare today for the future in terms of advanced therapies. They carry a lot of hopes but also threats, and it is a citizen's duty to participate in the debate to answer the question "In which society do we want to live?"
Member of the SCIP college
JOIN THE COLLEGE
Do you work in a civil society, a public institution or are you passionate about gene and cell therapy?
Join this college to participate in discussions and enrich the debates of your issues.
THE COLLEGE'S 2021 OBJECTIVES
Find the support of experts in the humanities and social sciences
Actively participate in all working groups
Support and share G & CTI content on social networks
Feed the internet section dedicated to college
COURSES OF REFLECTION
Be the voice of all civil society within the institute
Promote the institute within civil society