World Congress on

Biosensors and Bioelectronics

Chicago, USA   August 20-21, 2018

Dr.Mouad Lamrani

Dr.Mouad Lamrani

Menicon Co., Ltd.


Mouad Lamrani, PhD is General manager of Menicon Co., Ltd. R&D Frontier Science Center at Geneva Switzerland. From 2010 to 2014, Dr. Lamrani was Dean and General Manager at Institute of Sciences and Advanced Mechanics in Le Mans (ISMANS), situated in Le Mans, France. Dr. Mouad Lamrani was the Director and General Manager of Menicon Global R&D since 2005. While he was the first non-Japanese researcher to enter Menicon Co Ltd, Japan, he was responsible of establishing 3 branches of Menicon R&D in Strasbourg and Lyon, France as well as Singapore. He developed for Menicon Co. Ltd global network of research with outstanding researchers, Universities and companies across Asia, Europe and USA. He is specialized in Materials Science, Electrochemistry and Biomaterials for health application. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1993 at University of Blaise Pascal at Clermont-Ferrand. He obtained the EU award of “Human Capital Mobility” which leaded him to a 2-years postdoctoral position in Instituto de Sciencia y Materials Autonoma de Barcelona. He was appointed assistant researcher at Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in Taejon for 18 months. In 1997 He obtained the award of Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) in Chemistry. He was assistant Professor at the Laboratory of Professor Yoshinori Yamamoto at Tohoku University in Sendai. In 2000, he was awarded prize of Japan Novartis Foundation for young scientist. Since 2000 he was working with Menicon Co Ltd, first and oldest Ophthalmology Japanese Company (60 Years). In 2002, Dr. Lamrani was awarded the President Prize of best scientific of the year in Menicon Co Ltd. He published extensively in peer review Journals and patented in the academy and Menicon. He managed Global R&D Innovation Centre in Japan, Singapore and Lyon, France.

Research Interest

Materials science, Electrochemistry, Bioelectronics

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