Emmanuelle Laurenceau obtained PhD degree in Chemistry, speciality Biomaterials, in 1995. From 1996 to 2002, she was Assistant Professor in Biochemistry at Paris XIII-University (France). From 2002 to 2004, she worked on the improvement of HIV diagnosis tests, in bioMérieux-CNRS Lab (Lyon, France). Since 2004, she is Assistant Professor in Chemistry and Biology at École Centrale of Lyon (France). Her fields of interest concern protein-surface interactions for biosensing applications, nanobiotechnology and biomaterials. Emmanuelle Laurenceau’s researches focus on the development of miniaturized tools for diagnosis and prognosis of cancer, and the development of novel surface chemistries for cell adhesion on various materials.