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2013 Early Career Research Award: Dr. Christopher Taveau

The Hydration for health Initiative Young Researcher Award, that was awarded for the first time in 2012, recognizes innovative research in the fields of hydration and health.

During 2012 many exciting abstracts were submitted to the H4H Initiative and the winning abstract was selected from a short list of twelve submissions by the H4H Initiative Expert Working Group, a team of international hydration and health experts.

The committee based its decision on the scientific merit of the research and its potential in driving forward the science of healthy hydration.

Christopher Taveau

Christopher is a PhD student at Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, France.

He earned a Master degree in pharmacology in René Descartes University, Paris where he studied the concepts from therapeutic target discovery to drug development
He now studies kidney physiology and pathophysiology and more specifically the link between vasopressin, hormone that controles the center of thirst, and metabolic symdrome. His work is under the supervision of Dr. Nadine Bouby, Research Director at INSERM and the Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers, Paris.

Discover the H4H Initiative Young Researcher of the Year 2013 Mr. Christopher Taveau.