Role : Crew Biologist
Studies : Biology
Ariane Sablon recently graduated in Biomedical Sciences at the Université catholique de Louvain. During Bachelor and Master programs, Ariane integrated several laboratory research groups. As her Master thesis, she worked during one year on innate immunity and cytokines signaling, where she practiced the Crispr-Cas9 method on human cell lines. Then, she spent 5 months in Montreal, Canada in a lab interested in metabolism, especially in liver diseases and diabetes. Through these different internships, Ariane learned to create, reason, perform, analyze and interpret experiments. Beside the scientific aspect, it also made her acquire a team spirit and forged her mind to be critical. Today she feels comfortable with the idea of managing a project in biology and ready to schedule some experiments to reach those goals.
The Apollo 11 mission brought the first humans on the moon and back in 8 days 3 hours and 19 minutes. An inhabited mission to Mars will take years – the one-way trip is estimated at 6 months at the shortest. The organization of such a journey requires spectacular scientific and technological skills, including the […]