Founded in 1887 and based in France, the Institut Pasteur is an international research and education institute that is committed to advancing science, medicine and public health. The Institut Pasteur is a private, non-profit foundation with recognized charitable status entrusted with four core missions of public interest – research, education, the health of populations and people, and innovation development and technology transfer.
President of the Institut Pasteur
True to the humanist ideals of its founder, the Institut Pasteur stands at the forefront of biomedical research. We are currently witnessing unprecedented developments in science, medicine and public health: the emergence of new concepts as a result of fundamental research, the development of extraordinarily sophisticated technologies and our increasing awareness of the wide-ranging challenges facing health and science are transforming our approach to research.
Talented young scientists and professionals in science and medicine, from all over the world, are drawn to the high-quality courses offered by the Institut Pasteur, which are taught by top level experts both in France and abroad.