Oncoelectronics Lab @ BEL EMSE

The BioEPIX laboratory has moved from XLIM to the Bioelectronics department of the George Charpak campus of  École des Mines de Saint-Étienne in Provence.

Our research is currently focused on understanding the biological effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields for the purpose of developing energy-based therapeutics for human diseases. In general, we are interested in the bioelectric basis of disease, bioelectronics and 'electroceutical' therapies.

Our approach applies imaging, biophotonics and electrophysiology tools to study problems in bioelectrics research and bioengineering. We are working at the intersection of Bioelectrics and Bioelectronics and focusing on applications in cancer, thus the name Oncoelectronics

We are a new lab establishing a dynamic and multidisciplinary team, so please feel free to contact us if you are interested in joining our efforts.