Jérémy Vion-Bailly attended the Graduate general engineering program delivered by the Ecole Centrale de Lyon, and was graduated in 2014 (M. Sc. degree, specialization in Bioengineering & Nanotechnologies). In parallel, he received the M. Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Lyon, Claude Bernard Lyon I, where he is currently pursuing his PhD.

His research work focuses on the study of the interaction between ultrasound and the nervous system. By working on simple nervous models (invertebrates) or cellular models, Jeremy investigates the biophysical mechanisms underlying ultrasound neurostimulation. A complete mechanistic understanding of the phenomenon is one of the main conditions for the translation of current experimental findings into clinical applications.

  • 2015 – 2016 : Scholarship from the Mitacs Globalink Research Award – Campus France: 9 675$. Scientific exchange with the Department of Physics, Ryerson University of Toronto, Canada (Supervion: Drs. W. Apoutou N’DJIN and Jahan TAVAKKOLI).