CBH Partner Laboratories

CBH graduate school relies on University Grenoble Alpes’ (UGA) CBH research department, which gives it a natural training through research interface. Our research excellence relies on 4 axes:
 

  • Chemistry, as represented by the network ARCANE;
  • Biology, through the network GRAL ;
  • Health-related biology : represented by a center of excellence in neurodegenerative diseases which is part of the European and Canadian network of Centers of Excellence in Neurodegeneration (COEN) and 2 Cross-disciplinary programs, LIFE (Optimizing health trajectories by leveraging social, urban and environmental data) and NeuroCoG (From neuron to networks, from cognition). The Grenoble consortium combines basic, preclinical and translational research teams working on epigenetics, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer over the last few years.
  • Health-related Technology axis, which includes the project CAMI associated with this application.


These axes intersect at multiple levels, and share cross-cutting themes such as simulation and digital themes, recognition and self-organization phenomena, and technology development.


The CBH Graduate School involves 16 laboratories :