Frédéric JAISSER

MD, PhD, Research Director - INSERM (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research). Paris, France.
Frédéric Jaisser at 2nd Human and Veterinary Crosstalk Symposium on Aldosterone, Bordeaux 2011

Frédéric Jaisser is Research Director at the Unit 872 of INSERM (Institut Nationalde la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale), the French public research institution entirely dedicated to human health.

He is Professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Reims where he coordinates different courses such as « Animal Models and Pathophysiological Mechanisms ». Since 2010 he is the Scientific coordinator of the Pathophysiology committee at The National Research Agency. He is MD, specialist in Nephrology and has a University degree in Biological and Medical Engineering. He joined INSERM in 1996.

His fields of expertise are mainly renal and cardiovascular pathophysiology, development of transgenic animal models for pathophysiologic studies or human disease models. He is also the coordinator of several multicentric projects. He is an Editorial Board Member of Endocrinology and an expert for several other peer-review journals such as Circulation or Hypertension. He is currently the President of ESAC-France (European Section of the Aldosterone Council).