Monday 24 June 2019
Ecole Doctorale BIOLOGIE SANTE (ED n°446)
Faculté de Médecine Pôle Recherche
1 place de verdun
59045 Lille cedex - France
Tél. : +33 (0)3 20 62 34 27

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Breaking News:

21/06/19 09:34

Philippe Delannoy, nouveau directeur de l’IRCL

Philippe Delannoy, codirecteur de l’Ecole Doctorale Biologie Santé de Lille, est le nouveau directeur de l'Institut pour la Recherche sur le Cancer de Lille. Il succède à Pierre Formstecher, professeur émérite de l’Université de Lille, qui a dirigé l’IRCL de 2017 à 2019.

Cat: Ecole(s) Doctorale(s)
19/06/19 08:49

Lancement du concours d'innovation i-PhD

A l'occasion de la finale du concours Ma thèse en 180 secondes qui se tient jeudi 13 juin 2019 à Grenoble, Frédérique Vidal a annoncé le lancement prochain du concours d'innovation i-PhD destiné aux jeunes docteurs.

Cat: Concours et Prix
12/06/19 11:03

Up to five PhD fellowships at EGID !

The laboratory CNRS UMR8199 “Génomique intégrative et Modélisation des Maladies Métaboliques” offers up to five 3-year PhD fellowships designed for outstanding and motivated graduated students of any nationality.

Cat: Appel d'offre/ Offres d'Emploi
07/06/19 12:15

2e édition des Journée scientifique Virus & Cancer - 4 juillet 2019 - Paris

La société OLiMPE, experte en immuno-oncologie, a le plaisir de vous annoncer la tenue de la


2ème journée VIRUS & CANCER.


Cette journée scientifique aura lieu le jeudi 4 juillet 2019 à l’Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou (20 rue Leblanc - 75015 Paris).

Les virus jouent...

Cat: Manifestation scientifique


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Doctoral School "Biology and Health"

Pr Bernard SABLONNIERE, Doctoral School Director

    The aim of the doctoral program is to train doctoral students as highly skilled scientists capable of independent research in the public sector of higher education and research in biology and health sciences or as scientifically-trained professionals who will valorize their competences in a non-academic context.

    The Doctoral School “Biology and Health” provides a stimulating academic environment for advanced multi-disciplinary training in basic biological and biomedical research, applied clinical research, medically-related technological innovations and Public Health research.

    A doctorate is based on the realization of an academic research project. Multi-disciplinary researches complement each other, and integrate basic research on biochemistry, genetics, molecular and cellular biology, to investigate the great integrated functions of the organism and their pathologies with the support of information technologies (biostatistics, modeling, and imaging) and finalize in patient-to-patient approaches.

Major research topics are centered on:

  • Glycobiology: biosynthesis and signaling,
  • Gene regulation and Cancer,
  • Neurosciences and Neurodegenerative diseases,
  • Diabetes, Metabolic diseases and Cardiovascular diseases,
  • Infection diseases and Immunology
  • Drugs, Biotherapies, Nutrition, Environment, Physical activities and rehabilitation.

    Around 450 senior scientists who hold a habilitation to supervise research are affiliated with the Doctoral School as members of the various nationally or internationally recognized research teams on campuses in Lille or nearby cities (Villeneuve d’Asq, Lens, Boulogne). Most of these research teams are also affiliated with French national research institutions.

    At present, around 300 university graduates admitted into the doctoral program receive theoretical and practical training and conduct a structured research project under the supervision of a senior scientist in one of 40 research units. This excellent faculty-to-student ratio fosters close interaction between students and faculty.

    Around 80 doctorate degrees are awarded per year. The median time required by full-time doctoral students to earn a doctorate is 38 months.

    Tracking the professional integration of our young doctors (179 doctorate degrees awarded over 2005 – 2008) indicates a high placement rate: 176 of them (98.3%) are either in permanent employment (academic or non-academic) or a postdoctoral position.