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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.
Topics of lectures include functional organization of the cell, polarity and intracellular traffic communication, cellular signaling, cell migration and invasion, stem cells, apoptosis, autophagy, cell-pathogen interactions, cell cycle and mitosis.
The practical course provides training in culture of transfected and infected cells, in vitro reconstitution of cellular functions, gene inactivation and cutting edge techniques of live imaging.
The program of the course organized the previous year can be downloaded to get detailed information on the general flavor of the course; topics and practical works may change each year, without altering the general aims and means of the course.
Candidates must have a good knowledge of basic laboratory techniques at the Master degree level. The committee of the course will evaluate applications.
Members of the Teaching Committee :
R. Bruzzone (HKU-Pasteur Research Pole, Hong Kong, SAR P.R. China),
C. Zurzolo (Institut Pasteur),
P. Chavrier (Institut Curie),
E. Coeffier (Institut Pasteur),
M.-H. Cuif* (Université Paris 11),
O. Kellermann (Institut A. Lwoff),
M. Sala (Institut Pasteur),
H. Waxin (Institut Pasteur),
J. Sobczak-Thepot* (Université P. et M. Curie),
P. Charnay (Ecole normale supérieure, Paris),
S. Vriz* (Université Paris-Diderot).
* University Representatives
Fellowships (1.500 Euros) will be awarded to the three best applicants from foreign countries to cover, in part, their travel accommodation expenses.
The final exam for participants not enrolled in a master 2 program of a partner university will take place on Friday February 5th, 2016; master 2 students from partner universities will take the final exam from February 8th to 12th, 2016.
Title of the course
Molecular biology of the cell
HKU-Pasteur Research Pole
Hong-Kong SAR, P.R. China
CNRS UMR 144,
Membrane traffic and pathogenesis unit,
January 11 to February 5, 2016 – Exam (for M2 enrolled Students) February12 2016
Closing date for application
September 5, 2015
Institut Pasteur Diploma
Diplôme d'Université (DU) from Paris Diderot University for people registering at this university (registration fees ≈ 250 €).
Credits for a Masters degree for students registered at partner universities.