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The Association Bernard Gregory (ABG) was founded in 1980. We specialize in recruiting and career development for doctoral candidates and PhD-holders. Whether you are a student or doctoral candidate, have already earned your PhD, or are an institute of higher education or an employer, we are here to help you.

About Us

Since our founding in 1980, ABG has worked to promote the career development of PhD-holders, the innovative capacities of businesses, and to capture the value of skills acquired through training in research.

Board of Trustees

In accordance with the articles of incorporation approved in May 2015, the association’s Board of Trustees is composed of 20 to 36 members (e.g., companies, institutes of higher education, research institutes, associations).

A network of advisors

The ABG advisors network aim is to federate a community of professionals who are committed to supporting PhD students and postdocs in order to create a network between these actors to exchange information and good practices.

The advisors are charged by their own institutions (universities, doctoral schools, engineering schools, research institutes...) to ensure the support and the follow-up of the PhD students within the framework of their professional project and their career development.

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ABG membership

By becoming a member of ABG, you take part in the activities of the association and enhance the credibility of our initiatives. To become a member, your application must be approved by the Executive Committee, and you must pay annual membership dues, the amount of which is set each year during the annual general meeting.

History

The Association Bernard Gregory is named after Bernard Paul Gregory, a physicist who specialized in the study of particles. Within the framework of his functions successively at the head of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the General Delegation of Scientific and Technical Research (DGRST), he remained committed to fostering scientific careers in France.

In 1977, just before his death, he set up a task force on career opportunities for scientists with research training. This task force soon evolved to become the non-profit organization now known as the Association Bernard Gregory.
 

 

The Team

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