Researcher, Laboratoire de Métrologie et d’Essai (LNE)
Amandine Boeuf performed her Ph.D. thesis in bioanalytical chemistry at Bio-Organic Mass Spectrometry Laboratory in Strasburg. She worked on the development of proteomic approaches by high performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry to study the interaction between vector, host and pathogen in relation to Lyme disease. In 2013, she joined the French pharmaceutical company Pierre Fabre where she analysed antibodies and antibody drug conjugates by mass spectrometry. After working as a study director for bioanalyses in clinical assays, she joined the French National Metrology Institute (LNE) in 2017. She is involved in biomedical projects to produce reference materials and develop reference methods for the absolute quantification of peptides and proteins by mass spectrometry. One of her main projects is the development of a reference method for the quantification of Procalcitonin, a biomarker of sepsis, in serum samples.