She is highly experienced in all aspects of epithelial cell biology, cell signaling, and physiology of the kidney and the urogenital tract. She brings several areas of expertise to the Company. She has trained several scientists, who now occupy leadership positions at different institutions throughout the world. She and her colleagues have published over 100 papers since 1993.
Prof. Breton is the recipient of several awards, including MGH Claflin Distinguished Scholar award in 1997, the American Physiological Society Renal Section investigator Award in 2005, the MGH Joseph Martin Basic Research Prize award in 2008, and the 2012 Research Award of the Society for the Study of Reproduction. She is a Charles and Ann Sanders Research Scholar (2011), and incumbent of the Richard Moerschner Endowed MGH Research Institute Chair (2019). She is a board member of the American Journal of Physiology: Cell Physiology. Prof. Breton has been a member of ASA since 2003, she presented the ASA Women in Andrology Lecture in 2011, she was recently elected Secretary of the ASA Council, and she was Co-Chair of the Program Committee for the ASA 2017 meeting.