After completing a PhD in Hemostasis and Vascular Biology (Paris Diderot University) during which he studied the mechanisms of cellular plasminogen activation, Benoit Ho-Tin-Noé joined the laboratory of Dr Denisa Wagner in 2006, where he worked for 3 years as a postdoctoral fellow. There, he initiated a series of studies on the role of platelets in the maintenance of vascular integrity in inflamed organs and solid tumors. He was then recruited in 2009 as a tenured researcher by the French National Institute of Health & Medical Research (INSERM) to work in a cardiovascular research academic laboratory in Paris (The Laboratory for Vascular Translational Science). After 3 years as a junior investigator, he founded his own research group in 2012. Recently, his group joined the Opten Laboratory (Therapeutic Optimization in Neurology) at the Paris Faculty of Pharmacy. His research focuses on studying how thromboinflammation contributes to the pathophysiology of thrombotic diseases and on optimizing the efficacy and safety of thrombolytic and antithrombotic therapies.