David Jarrossay studied biology in Clermont-Ferrand (France) where he earned a degree of engineer in biotechnologies in 1991. He then moved to Marseille to work for Immunotech, a biotech company specialized in the production of antibodies where he was in charge of evaluating and developing new clones for the research. In 2000, he moved to Bellinzona where he became responsible for the FACS facility. He started there a research project on the two major subsets of circulating dendritic cells showing their specialization and complementarity. He received in 2005 a PhD degree from the University of Fribourg (CH). He’s now head of the imaging facility of the IRB. He’s also conducting research projects on plasma cells and B cells.