Renaud NALIN, PhD - MBA - Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
Renaud acquired more than twenty years of international experience in life sciences business. Prior to founding Cyanimal, Renaud was the founder and CEO/CSO of TBE (1998-2001) and Libragen (2001-2010). In (2010), he merged the company to a Swiss cosmetic Induchem group, now Givaudan. Renaud left Libragen to participate as a main investigator to innovative business projects, originatging from well-known french national research centers INSERM and CEA.
Renaud obtained a doctorate in life sciences (University of Lyon/UC Davis) in (1997) as well as executive MBA at EM-Lyon (Lyon Business School) in 2000.
Renaud is the author of more than 35 scientific articles and 9 patent families.
Séverine BOULLIER, PhD - DMV - Founder and Chief Scientific Officer
Séverine is a Veterinary Doctor of the National Veterinary School of Maisons-Alfort. Séverine obtained a Doctorate in Immunology in the laboratory of Pr Montagnier at the Institut Pasteur in Paris consolidated by an immunology skills through training at the Scripps Institute in San Diego (USA). Séverine is responsible for all the teaching of Immunology and Vaccinology at the National Veterinary School in Toulouse. She is the author of 24 scientific articles as well as a patent application.
After being a member of the Committee on the Veterinary Medicine, she chaired the ESC of the veterinary medicinal product. She is now a member of the veterinary drug monitoring committee (ANMV-ANSES).
Patrick CORNILLE, PhD - CEIPI - Founder and Chief Operational Officer.
Patrick holds PhD completed by a training course in Management of Innovation and Technology from the Toulouse Business School in Management of Innovation and Technology and a diploma in intellectual property awarded by the University of Strasbourg (CEIPI).
For about 15 years including the last 10 years in animal health field, Patrick has worked for the identification, protection, development and industrial application of technological innovations. His methodical approach and his listening skills, supported by a taste for complex environments, allowed him to be recognized by his former employers such as Institut Pasteur of Paris, France Scientific Innovation and Transfer and Ceva Santé Animale.