Mechanisms of Living Organisms's Pasteur Courses:
This six-week intensive course including laboratory practice, lectures and scientific analysis workshops teaches advanced studies ont the main themes in cellular and molecular immunology.
This two-week course combines lectures and practical sessions that incorporate leading edge technologies to address questions in stem cells biology in the context of organogenesis and regeneration in different organisms.
This course is intended for PhD students and post-docs as well as lab technicians who expect to use cryo-TEM in their current or future research. Successful completion of this course will allow autonomous access to the Institute Pasteur Nanoimaging Core Facility Glacios microscopes as well as Vitrobot sample preparation tools.
This five-week intensive laboratory and lecture course covers the main cutting-edge topics in neuroscience research.
This two-week intensive course, with laboratory work and lectures, is aimed at M1 students of Medical or Life Sciences background. It will initiate them to the main concepts of immunology and its experimental approaches.
This seven-week intensive laboratory and lecture course presents all concepts, technics and tools necessary for studying genomes, from experimental setups to data analysis. The different facets of genomics and its applications will be presented, and illustrated by examples from the most recently published research developments and results.
This two weeks and a half course is intended for Master’s students, international PhD students, medical doctors and hearing professionals who expect to learn recent breakthroughs in the understanding of the auditory system and its pathologies through an immersion in modern neurophysiology, perceptual measurements and genetics.
The purpose of the course of molecular phylogeny is to bring theoretical knowledge and good practices for data analysis using specialized softwares. This course is open to doctoral trainings and professionals of the Institut Pasteur in Paris and on the International Network. It will be achieved in French.
This four-week intensive laboratory and lecture course ( ) is organized in collaboration with the Institut Curie; it is devoted to the presentation of current concepts and new experimental techniques in the study of cellular functions.
This seven-week theoretical and technical course addresses the conceptual and technical aspects of somatic and germ genetics and epigenetics.
This five-week intensive laboratory and lecture course covers the analysis of gene function at all levels: the gene and its product, the cell and its interactions, the embryonic tissues and the animal as a whole.
This two-weeks theoretical and practical course focuses on the methods used to study the synthesis, maturation and degradation of a large variety of RNA molecules in eukaryotic cells.
This course is intended for Master’s students and international PhD students who expect to be using advanced live cell fluorescence microscopy for future studies.
This five-week theoretical and practical course focuses on the study of the relationships between the structure and function of proteins