Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
August 2015 - present
In 2006, Frédérique received the degree of Ingénieur from the National Engineering School of Physics and Chemistry of Bordeaux (ENSCPB), and a Science and Technology Master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Bordeaux, France. She went on with a Ph.D. of the University of Bordeaux, in Chemistry-Physics, received in 2009 with high distinction, after three years of research under the supervision of Neso Sojic in the Analytical Nanosystems group. She developed optoelectrochemical micro- and nano-sensor arrays for bioanalytical applications at the tip of optical fiber bundles. (French Thesis) During her doctoral research, she has also been a visiting PhD student in various research groups including David R. Walt’s group (Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA), Paolo Ugo’s group (University of Venice, Italy), and Paolo Pastore’s group (University of Padova, Italy). She pursued her research activities as a postdoctoral fellow in the Whitesides group (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA) developing, in particular, low-cost paper-based electrochemical diagnostic devices. In 2012, she joined the Derda group, where she continues to develop paper-based bio-analytical platforms.