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A propicious environment
Paris-Saclay School of Medicine benefits from an excellent medical and scientific environment, propicious for clinical, basic and translational research. All research units are reviewed every 5 years. We currently have 25 affiliated research units in 10 main locations. They are closely interacting with the Graduate Schools of the university, several teaching hospitals, and the main French research institutions.
Main teaching hospitals :
- 3 university hospitals of Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris (the public hospital system in Paris) : Bicêtre, Paul Brousse and Antoine Béclère
- Gustave Roussy – the largest European comprehensive cancer center
- Marie Lannelongue Hospital – a highly recognised cardiothoracic surgical center.
Main partner research institutions :
- National Institute for Health and Medical Research (INSERM)
- National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)
- Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA).
Main thematic research axes :
- Immunology, infectiology, inflammation
- Neurosciences, movement, disability
- Physiology, physiopathology, genetics.
Main transverse research axes :
- Therapeutic innovation
- Medical imaging / Physics applied to medicine
- Population health.
Main Graduate Schools of attachment :
In addition to the basic training of physicians and nurses and postgraduate specialty medical trainings, our school offers a large range of continuing education programs and is involved in several programs of Paris-Saclay University leading to MSc and PhD qualifications.
- Pharmaceutical Science
- Life Sciences and Health
- Public Health
- Human Movement & Sport Sciences: Adapted Physical Activity and Health
Doctoral Schools :
- Therapeutic innovation : from fundamentals to applications (ED 569)
- Signaling and integrative networks in biology (ED 568)
- Cancerology : biology - medicine - health (ED 582)
- Public Health (ED 570)
- Sciences of sport, motricity and human movement (ED 566)
Investments for the Future Program
The French Government has created the Investments for the Future Program to massively invest in higher education, vocational training, research, industry, small and medium-sized enterprises and in sectors such as sustainable development, digital technology, biotechnology and nuclear development.
Since 2010, various components of this Investments for the Future Program have contributed to the structuring and financing of research projects. Our professors, lecturers and researchers have been involved in numerous labeled projects :