Céline Champigny's DNA Strands
Céline Champigny has worked for over 20 years in Academic Research Laboratories in both Montreal and Toronto. She started her research career working as a research assistant in a biochemistry lab doing Molecular Biology techniques at McGill University in the late ’80s. In September 1994, she then joined the laboratory of a world-renowned Developmental Biologist, Dr. Janet Rossant at the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. During those 5 years, she worked in the embryonic stem cells world. In 1998, she returned to McGill University and joined the McGill Cancer Center where she worked on breast cancer research. Having a deep interest in skincare and health, in 2012 she decided to establish her company specializing in the development of topical lipid complexes.
Celine herself is a perfectly balanced “hybrid” between SCIENCE and ART. She is a creative person who is inspired by music, nature, the flora and fauna, as well as other passionate human beings. Her creativity is well-balanced by the rigour of her training in scientific research, resulting in the development of novel and effective products.