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Cellular ecosystems : from modeling to medecine

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Master in Life Science, ENS
Bio-M2_E05 | Cellular ecosystems : from modeling to medecine
Year and Semester : M2 | S1
Where : Biology department, ENS
Duration : 1 week, 30h | Course / TD
First and last day of class : October 17th-21st, 2022
Hours : 09:00-12:00 | 14:00-16:30
Maximum class size : _ _ students


Frédéric Devaux, Sorbonne Université
Andrei Zinovyev, Curie Institute.




Transcriptomics of obesity | Modelling of immune system differentiation and functioning | Metagenomics of nutrition | Microfluidic devices for cancer research | Systemic approaches of oncogenesis | Tumor classifiers and cancer diagnosis | Genome-wide association studies and deep sequencing

Courses objectives and description

Aims : This course will present the applications of systems biology to topics related to human health. Several internationally renowned researchers will present their works aiming at providing integrative and/or quantitative views of complex human diseases, including cancer, obesity, immunity, etc…
Organization : The course is one week long with 8-10 conferences which take place at the ENS Paris.


The evaluation is done by an analysis of articles to be done at home and returned about two months after the end of the module.

Teaching team

Frédéric Devaux, Sorbonne Université
Andrei Zinovyev, Curie Institute
Christophe Carles, CEA, Saclay
Adrien Six (Sorbonne Université)
Karine Clement, Sorbonne Université
François Radvanyi, Curie Institute

Suggested readings

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