Léa Chauvigné joined the Wyss Center in June 2022 as a Clinical Research Associate, then continued as a Clinical and Regulatory Affairs Specialist in February 2024. Her role is to monitor and coordinate clinical research projects on novel medical devices to ensure compliance with protocol and regulatory standards. She is responsible for maintaining related documentation and communicating with health authorities.
Léa was previously a post-doc in the neurorehabilitation unit of the Geneva University Hospital, coordinating several clinical studies on neurological patients. She holds a Ph.D in Psychology, Neurosciences and Behavior from McMaster University (Canada) and a Masters degree in interdisciplinary neuroscience from the University of Geneva, during which she gained experience in brain imaging during interpersonal interactions.