Technology platforms: cutting-edge infrastructures to support research, Agora building (CHUV), Dec. 4th, 2023

The Research and Innovation Department of the Faculty of Biology and Medicine of the University of Lausanne is thrilled to invite you to the second edition of the event “Technology platforms: cutting-edge infrastructures to support research“.  The event will take place on December 4th2023 from 13:00 to 19:00 on the campus in the Agora building.

This event is aimed at both fundamental and clinical researchers. It’s a unique opportunity to explore state-of-the-art research infrastructures and engage in conversation with the platform directors.

Stay tuned for the detailed program, which will be announced soon here!

The event is free of charge, but registration is mandatory. Please secure your spot by registering via the following link by November 28th: /register/239 

An apéro will follow the event.

Journée Osez tous les Métiers (JOM) 2023 at the Génopode

If your child goes to school in the canton of Vaud, within the 7th to 9th year of school, the “Journée Oser tous les Métiers” concerns you.
It will be organized November 9, 2023.

Commun activities can be organized if enough persons are interested. An email will be sent to CIG and DBC members soon.

Should you have any question about the organisation, please contact

Further information about activities organized by the UNIL can be found here:

Génopode retreat 2023: best poster prizes

The prizes for the best posters were given this year at the Génopode Retreat in Leysin (August 24 & 25, 2023) to:

1st prize:
Chiara Auwerx​ (Kutalik & Reymond lab)​
poster #4: “Copy-number variants as modulators of common disease susceptibility”

2nd prize:
Camille Schmidt (van Leeuwen lab)
poster #53: “Characterizing the mechanisms of cisplatin resistance in cell lines impaired for interstrand crosslink repair”​