Léa obtained her M.Sc. degree in Bioengineering at EPFL in 2016, specializing in biomechanics. After a 1-year lab immersion in the laboratory of hemodynamics and cardiovascular technology at EPFL, she joined the start-up Rheon Medical as an R&D intern. She finally joined Lunaphore to carry out her master thesis on the development and optimization of multiplexing.
After one year as an R&D intern, Léa became a permanent employee at Lunaphore in January 2017 as a Junior Validation Engineer. She is responsible for the verification and validation of the Lunaphore protoype. She is also a member of the application development team in charge of the development and optimization of protocols.