The Physiopathology Center of Toulouse-Purpan (CPTP) is one of the first biomedical research centers created by INSERM in 2002. Very multidisciplinary (cancer, cell signaling, immunology, genetics) at the beginning, the CPTP has progressively evolved from an experimental stage to a …

Breakthrough technologies and engineering Large-scale immunophenotyping Dynamic cell imaging Functional genomics of C. elegans Bioinformatics Proteomics Design and production of monoclonal antibodies A global culture 185 scientists, students and post-docs of 24 nationalities, including 6 of the Centre’s 17 team …

The unit “Centre de Génétique Moléculaire” is directed by Frédéric Boccard, Directeur de Recherche in CNRS. The CGM is a leading French Biological Science unit from CNRS interested in studying the nature, the structure, the expression and the implementation of …

The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (National Center for Scientific Research) is a public organization under the responsibility of the French Ministry of Education and Research. Institutional film Discover CNRS through its institutional film, Pushing back the frontiers of science. …

The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and The National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) are French public research organizations.

The Cochin Institute is a research center where about 650 scientists, teachers, technicians and students work on different biomedical areas. One of the essential missions of this center is to prepare the students through, and eventually to, research. The Institute, …

“What the Collège de France has been tasked with giving people attending its lectures since its foundation is not acquired truths, but the notion of free research…” Maurice Merleau-Ponty TEACHING THE SCIENCE IN THE MAKING The Collège de France is a …

The EHESP was created by the Public Health Act of 2004 to provide France with an outstanding, internationally recognized School of Public Health. Missions and values The EHESP is a public establishment with a dual role of education and research …

The Ecole des Neurosciences de Paris (ENP) is a non-profit foundation created in 2007 by the French Ministry of Research and Higher Education. In 2015, the ENP gathers a network of 109 teams located in  21 research centers in the Paris region performing …

“The exceptional momentum generated over the last decade has carried us to Paris, London and Singapore and put our French campuses in line with the highest international standards. We have also asserted our globally-recognised expertise in finance and organised other …