Research Associate, Centre for Industry and Government, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge
Laure Brévignon-Dodin has been a Research Associate within the Centre for Industry and Government since September 2005. Her work focuses on investigating regulatory frameworks and designing regulatory options to assist in the emergence of new technologies and industries.
She has collaborated with several EPSRC programmes. She completed a project research as part of the REMEDI Grand Challenge which was concerned with understanding the conditions to support the emerging industry of regenerative medicine in the UK. She is currently exploring the regulatory environment for commercialisation of photonic and electronic based products for the Cambridge Integrated Knowledge Centre (CIKC) project. She is also involved with the Emerging Industries Programme wherein she is investigating how regulation impacts on innovation.
Prior to joining the University of Cambridge, Laure’s work experience was in politics. She worked in Paris as a government practitioner for the Minister of Health and as a representative for a parliamentary group at the French National Assembly. She also gave lectures in public law and supervised research work at the Sorbonne University for 10 years.
Her background is mostly legal with a postgraduate degree in EU law. She studied international law and politics at Trinity College, Dublin.
Laure is very fond of literature and in her spare time, she is a freelance reviewer of English/American novels and editorial advisor for a French publishing company. She also runs the book club at the Alliance Francaise of Cambridge.