Dr. Catherine Larue
Since 2012, Dr. Catherine Larue has been CEO of the Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg (IBBL), where she leads the development of the biobanking strategy and new initiatives in the field of personalized medicine. During that time she acted for two years as CEO ad interim of the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the Luxembourg Biomedical Research Institute.
Prior to joining the IBBL, Dr. Larue piloted the biomarker program at GENFIT until 2012. Dr. Catherine Larue began her career as an R&D team leader at Sanofi in the cardiovascular research department. She later joined Sanofi Diagnostics Pasteur in particular as Director, and then spent 11 years at the Bio-Rad group, holding different management positions. She participated in the discovery of several innovative biomarkers and the commercialization of dozens of diagnostic products.
Dr. Catherine Larue holds a doctorate in experimental biology and an accreditation to direct research (Habilitation à Diriger la Recherche or HDR) from the University of Rouen, a degree in clinical oncology from the University of Paris VI and an executive MBA from St John’s University (New York).