Romaric Lacroix (PharmD, PhD), 42 years old, is Professor of Hematology and Immunology at the CardioVascular and Nutrition Research Center (C2VN) at Aix-Marseille University in Marseille (France) where he coordinates a research group on extracellular vesicles (EV). He is also hospital practitioner in the Hematology department of the Biogenopole, APHM (Universitary hospitals of Marseille) where he is responsible for the flow cytometry and vascular biology units.
He completed a Pharmaceutical and Medical Biology training program at Aix-Marseille University in 2007. During his PhD in the Françoise Dignat-George’s group in Marseille, he described the plasminogenolytic activities of EV and made a post-doctoral experience in the Furie’s lab at Harvard Medical School (Boston). R. Lacroix is a recognize as an expert on flow cytometry analysis for detection and measurement of EV and focuses his research program on the role of EV in haemostasis. He coordinated several EV studies of the standardization subcommittee in vascular biology of the International Society in Thrombosis and Haemostasis where was appointed co-chairmen between 2018-2022. He published around 70 indexed publications (H-Factor = 30) focused on EVs.