Laurence Mabile graduated as PhD in Medical Biochemistry in 1995 and joined the team "Genomics, biotherapies and public health: multidisciplinary approach” directed by Dr Anne Cambon-Thomsen in 2010, in the department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University Toulouse III, FR, as the BRIF 'Bioresource Research Impact Factor' project manager.
She studied life sciences at the University Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris and at the University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse. She held fellowship positions in King’s College - UMDS Guy’s Hospital in London, UK and in the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal, Canada, in the research context of Nutrition and Diseases.
She also holds a master in “Museology: Sciences, Cultures and Societies” (National Museum of Natural History, Paris, FR).
She is interested in many societal aspects of research in life sciences, notably in the way science is disseminated.