Doctoral schools

The Microb’UP Institute is associated with two multidisciplinary doctoral schools of the Université Paris Cité: ED 562 “Bio Sorbonne Paris Cité” (BioSPC) and ED 563 “Medication, Toxicology, Chemistry, Imaging” (MTCI), which cover a wide range of topics and bring together all the teams of the Microb’UP Institute.

Microb’UP is associated to BioSPC and MTCI doctoral schools

BioSPC, ED562 ( this doctoral school offers to PhD students a very wide range of fields covering most of the disciplines of Biology and an offer of laboratories for the preparation of their thesis that has few equals in France and Europe. BioSPC is divided into four departments with a strong autonomy:

– Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology, Physiology, Physiopathology (BCMPP)

– Department of Development, Genetics, Reproduction, Neurobiology and Aging (DGRNV)

– Department of Immunology (IMMUNO)

– Department of Infectiology Microbiology (IM)



MTCI, ED563 ( this doctoral school covers a broad multi-disciplinary field, ranging from fundamental questions to clinical applications, with biomedical and therapeutic research as a common thread. The objective of the PhD school is to offer PhD students a rich and stimulating multidisciplinary environment, allowing them to enrich their initial skills to better understand problems at the chemistry/biology/health interface. To achieve this, it relies on a group of internationally recognized research teams, capable of offering training through research of the highest level.



Microb’UP meeting: May 22, 2023

Microb’UP meeting: May 22, 2023

Microb’UP meeting, May 22, 2023. 9:00AM, 2:00PM The IHM Microb'Up organizes a scientific meeting which will take place on : Monday May 22, 2023 from 9am to 2pm Amphithéâtre Vulpian, 12 rue de l'école de médecine, 75006 Paris Theme: Contribution of organoids in the...

Webinar, 15th December 2023

15th December : Respiratory Viruses/Host Cell Interactions Goujon Caroline, IRIM, Montpellier :  Intrinsic and innate immune defenses against respiratory virusesNells Saunders, Institut Pasteur, Paris : Unlocking the secrets of seasonal coronavirus HKU1 entryTim...

Webinar, 22nd November 2023

22nd November : Unveiling the Hidden Life of Parasites Host Laboratory : Catherine Lavazec (Biology of plasmodium transmission, Institut Cochin, Partis) Luisa Miranda Figueiredo, Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMM), University of Lisbon, Portugal : title TBAPauline...

Webinar, 11th October 2023

Webinar, 11th October 2023

11th October : Molecular Mechanisms and Genetic Diversity of Stress Tolerance and Persistance Host Laboratory : Olivier Tenaillon (Robustness and evolvability life, Institut Cochin, Paris) Jan Michiels, KU Leuven, Belgique. Defining the genotypic...