François-Clément Bidard, MD PhD, is Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medical Oncology at Institut Curie & UVSQ/Université Paris-Saclay. He is also the co-coordinator of breast cancer research at Institut Curie, the #1 center for breast cancer in France.
His clinical work primarily focuses on breast cancers, as well as less frequent tumors (ovarian cancer, GI, melanoma, carcinoma of unknown primary...).
His research aims at characterizing the cellular mechanisms involved in the metastatic process, with a focus on blood biomarkers (circulating tumor cells, circulating tumor DNA etc.).
He teaches medical students at the Simone Veil Faculty of Science (UVSQ/Université Paris-Saclay), as well as residents in the Department of Medical Oncology (Institut Curie); he is coordinating the "Breast Diseases" postgraduate training at UVSQ/Université Paris-Saclay.