Enterocytes of an orally infected drosophila PGRP-LE-GFP transgenic larvae

Photo Bernard Charroux, IBDM

Host-pathogen interaction can be study in simple organism like the worm C. elegans

Photo Natalie Pujol, CIML

3D Recording of a C. elegans embryo expressing an histone::GFP fusion using light sheet microscope (Digital Scanned Light Sheet Microscope). Recording conditions: acquisition of a stack of 80 slices (distance between slices 0.5μm); exposure time: 200ms for each channel.

Photo Claire Chardes, IBDM

INformation Flow and ORganization at the Membrane

The INFORM program sets up an interdisciplinary consortium in the Luminy campus of Aix Marseille University, gathering 12 laboratories in Biology, Mathematics and Physics. The objective is to quantitatively understand the biochemical and mechanical basis of cell signaling, both in normal and disease conditions.

News

Labex phD program
Welcome to our new PhD students !

Five international PhD students have been hired by the LabEx INFORM; they will start mid October 2016 in Alphée Michelot, Pierre François …

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Trombinoscope-Lecture-CourseFINAL
Lecture Course 2016 - International speakers invited

Come and meet the renowned international speakers invited for the second LabEx INFORM Lecture Course “Quantitative Biology of Signaling” in …

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FBS / voeux 2016
Thomas Lecuit
Lauréats prix Viviane Bettencourt - sciences du vivant 2016
Luminy
19/10/15
Thomas Lecuit is the 2015 laureate of the prestigious Liliane Bettencourt Prize for Life Sciences.

The Liliane Bettencourt Prize for Life Sciences (300.000€) is awarded annually since 1997 to an european researcher recognized by the …

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Upcoming events

7 September 2016
Scientific Monthly Meeting
12 h 30 min / IBDM ground floor room 032-034
3 October 2016
Lecture Course (3-7 oct) : Quantitative Biology of Signaling
9 h 00 min / Luminy Campus
4 October 2016
Lecture Course (3-7 oct) : Quantitative Biology of Signaling
9 h 00 min / Luminy Campus