Mathieu Fiore

University Hospital of Bordeaux
Bordeaux, France

Mathieu Fiore, MD, PhD is Hospital Practitioner in the Hematology Laboratory at the University Hospital of Bordeaux. He works in the field of platelet disorders with a focus on inherited disorders such as Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome. Presently, his lab is working to improve genetic diagnoses by identifying new genes through exome and candidate gene approaches. Over the past fifteen years, he has played a key role in establishing the search for point mutations and gene rearrangements to identify disease in more than 60 different genes. Mathieu has also played a pivotal role in the organization of French Reference Centers for Platelet Disorders. He has co-authored several publications involving Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome and participated in the first and third EDA (European Days of Albinism). Mathieu received his MD in Paris, followed by a specialization in Medical Biology and a PhD in Bordeaux in the laboratory of Dr. Alan Nurden.

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