Sharing ideas among people of different educational backgrounds, of different cultures is the best way to enrich ourselves and to improve our ideas.
Similarly, no scientific field is wiser than the other. It is the attentive exchange between disciplines that may lead to new scientific breakthroughs.
By combining teachers and students from fields spanning from Mathematics to Medicine in an open-minded environment, new ideas emerge, allowing a better understanding of the living.
The AIV Master is part of the Liliane Bettencourt Graduate program, created and funded by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation to help creative and talented students to develop their research training in an environment as enriching as the best world graduate programs.
The Bettencourt Schueller Foundation finances the AIV program operating and innovative educational costs, allowing the CRI to welcome students, teachers and visiting professors in Central Paris, in a dedicated environment to maximize interactions between disciplines.
LABS : you may suggest a 2012-2013 internship
STUDENTS : 2013/2014 applications are now closed for the AIV Master, 1st year Master program (M1) "Systems and Synthetic Biology" or AIV 2nd year Master program (M2) "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Life Science".