Igor Clarot

Are nanoparticles conventional pharmaceutical raw materials?


Université de Lorraine

Nancy – France


Igor Clarot, 46, obtained his PhD. in analytical chemistry at the University of Limoges in 2000. He was assistant professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Nancy between 2001 and 2009 in the laboratory of analytical chemistry and bioanalysis of drugs and in the UMR CNRS 7565 of the University of Lorraine on drug control problems and the development of separative methods for the evaluation of new antibacterials.

Since 2015, he has been a member of the 3452 CITHEFOR team, therapeutic targets, formulation and preclinical expertise of the drug (University of Lorraine, Faculty of Pharmacy) and has become a full professor in bioanalysis and metrology of the drug since 2016.

He is currently working on nanostructured materials and develops original analytical methods especially for metallic nanoparticles. He is the bearer of a preincubation statup project for the control and synthesis of pharmaceutical grade gold nanoparticles.