The CBS is involved in teaching and welcomes interns from several Masters' degrees delivered by the Faculty of Sciences et la Faculty of Pharmacy of Montpellier University. Two courses focus more particularly on the research activities of the CBS:
The qbio Master program trains students in quantitative biology through transdisciplinary approaches at the crossroads of biology, physics, chemistry and computer science. The training is based on practical courses and project-based teaching led by researchers. It is delivered entirely in English for an international audience.
Applications should be sent via the eCandidat platform [https://ecandidat.umontpellier.fr/ecandidat] before June 6, 2022.
Informations : https://qbio.umontpellier.fr/
Structural Biology and rational design of bioactive molecules, specialty courseof the Master Drugs and Health Products Sciences
The objective of this Master program is to train executives capable of mastering the essential aspects of the development of drugs or health products, in particular for quality, safety and regulation criteria. The course in structural biology and drug-design allows more particularly to acquire the fundamental and practical knowledge necessary for the development of new molecules of therapeutic interest through innovative approaches.
The CBS is affiliated with the doctoral school of Chemical and Biological Sciences for Health (CBS2) 3-year doctoral scholarships are funded by the University of Montpellier, other local, national or European institutions, or industrial contracts.
The CBS2 competition 2022 is currently accepting applications for Ph.D positions until 12 May 2022 at 5:00 pm (local time in France).
More information our website: https://edcbs2.umontpellier.fr/index.html?language=en&page=future_students§ion=PhDcallapplicationsen&page=future_students§ion=PhDcallapplications
Applicants are encouraged to visit the website of the CBS2 doctoral school:
The CBS is also affiliated with doctoral school of Information, Structures and Systems I2S
In addition, the laboratory actively participates in two international training networks for doctoral students
- SPM2.0, a Marie Curie European network (IRN) around near-field microscopies
- IPOLS, an international network (France, Germany, USA) around the physics of living things