Céline Champigny's DNA Strands
Céline Champigny has worked for over 20 years in university research laboratories in Montreal and Toronto. She began her career as a research assistant in molecular biology at McGill University in the Biochemistry Department in the late 80s. She then worked as a laboratory technician at the Calcium Lab run by Dr. David Golztman (Chief of Physicians at the Royal Victoria Hospital). In 1994, she joined the laboratory of Dr. Janet Rossant, a world-renowned embryonic development biologist (one of the first laboratories in the world to demonstrate the versatility of stem cells). It was in this laboratory, located at the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, that Céline worked for 5 years. In 1998, she returned to McGill University and later to the McGill Breast Cancer Centre. 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.