Bertrand Audoin (2002 graduate)

Bertrand Audoin

Your career path after graduating from the master's?

I got my Ph.D. in 2005 and then I did one year of postdoctoral training in London at the NMR Laboratory - Unit, Queen Square (University College London) before joining Marseilles hospitals authority (AP-HM).

What are your duties?

- In charge of a clinical unit specializing in the care of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) at Timone Hospital.
- Teaching neurology to medical students at AMU Faculty of Medicine.
- Research project on the structural and functional substrates of disability in MS (CEMEREM).

What aspects of your work do you like the most?

- Variety of activities
- Public service work
- Combining care, teaching and research

What are its constraints?

- Institutional inertia 
- Current budgetary restrictions

Interviewed in April 2016

The advantages

What I liked the most in the master’s and PhD training was my supervisors’ informal teaching.

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