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Training Experience Required

MSc degree in any of the following is a plus: molecular oncology, bioinformatics or biostatistics.

General description

Institut Curie dates back to 1909, when Marie Curie implemented in the heart of Paris her bench-to-bedside vision of a research-care continuum. A leading player in the fight against cancer, the internationally renowned Institut Curie combines a Research Center and a Hospital Group that provides care for all types of cancers - including the rarest forms.

By embracing a crossdisciplinary approach, researchers and physicians develop together cancer-focused basic, translational and clinical research to discover more effective treatments and improve care for patients.


Bladder Cancer oncogenesis, molecular taxonomy, treatment response prediction, biomarkers, pre-clinical models


CoreTech (CTT) which covers biological complexity ranging from small molecules to whole organisms. CTT manages access, provides service support and the latest scientific know-how.
More specifically, the following facilities will be available to the fellow: samples from prospective Bladder cancer cohort and clinical trials, Pre-clinical models (mouse models, PDX, organoids), Molecular oncology, Molecular pathology, genomic platform, bioinformatics.

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