Internships and thesis

Each year the IGBMC welcomes numerous trainees and doctoral students to train them in research by research. Its teams regularly offer internships and theses.

Training in research through contact with scientists

Thanks to its excellent scientific environment, the Institute welcomes and trains around 250 students and doctoral candidates from some forty different countries. Each year, nearly 25 doctoral students and 150 trainees (including some twenty Masters 2 students) join the Institute's research teams.

Most of the doctoral students are recruited via the University of Strasbourg's life and health sciences Doctoral school, which coordinates student follow-up and the awarding of thesis diplomas.

See the IGBMC's research themes

The IGBMC is made up of a large number of research teams, each addressing specific scientific questions. Do not hesitate to consult the pages of these teams to learn more about their themes.

Training with state-of-the-art techniques and tools

The IGBMC gives its trainees and PhD students access to extremely advanced techniques and tools. These enable them to carry out interesting research projects at the cutting edge of current knowledge, as well as to develop real skills that will be highly useful in their future careers.