T cells attacking a cancer cell

Scientific and professional objectives

The objectives of the 2 year "Immunology – Microbiology-Infectious Diseases" (IMID) Master program are:

  1. to train the enrolled students in the complementary fields of Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, complemented by knowledges in Health Technologies;
  2. to train the enrolled students in developing a research project (writing up the proposal, undertaking the project by complementary experimental approaches, reporting the obtained results both orally and as a scientific article);
  3. to introduce the enrolled students to their future professional environment, in particular by long training periods (2 months during the M1 and 6 months during the M2) in a research laboratories.


At the end of this 2 years Master program, the students should be able to undertake a PhD program in the fields of Immunology, Microbiology or Infectious Diseases, or become an engineer in one of the aforementioned fields.