Research, Education and Technological and Clinical Applications
The aims of the CRCM are:
- to be at the forefront of cancer research
- to understand cancer biology and tumor interactions with their host
- to facilitate the transfer of this knowledge into clinical and technological applications
- to train future generations of cancer researchers and clinicians
The CRCM trains 40 to 50 Masters students each year, trainees from engineering schools, bachelor ‘s degrees, and 40 to 50 PhD students – 15 thesis are defended each year.
We welcome both science students and medical or pharmacy students.
Internships in the laboratory, within technological or clinical research teams and platforms, are an essential part of the training of future investigators.
Industrial partners also participate in the teaching and training of our students .