CBM hosts 16 research teams organized into four distinct departments: Molecular, Structural & Chemical Biology ; Biology and Biophysics of Receptors, Translational Applications ; Cell Signaling, Molecular Targets and Innovative Therapies ; Chemistry, Imaging & Exobiology ; and Theoretical & Computational Biophysics team.
Molecular, Structural and Chemical Biology Department
The department brings together scientists from diverse disciplines (chemistry, biology, biophysics) sharing a common molecular language.
Biology and Biophysics of Receptors, Translational Applications - BioBRAT Department
The department brings together researchers from several disciplines (chemistry, biology, biophysics) sharing a common molecular language.
Chemistry, Imaging and Exobiology Department
The CIE department comprises various disciplines, involving synthetic and coordination chemistry, biology, physics and exobiology, all linked by a common theme centred around imaging.
Theoretical and computational biophysics Team
The team works on two themes: statistical and computational physics of biomolecular systems and statistical physics of complex systems and nanobiotechnology. Part of this research is carried out in close collaboration with the SOLEIL synchrotron, the national source of synchrotron radiation in France.
Cell Signaling, Molecular Targets and Innovative Therapies Department
The department gathers researchers from cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, physico-chemistry and pharmacology disciplines. We are conducting projects based on a crosstalk between basic investigations and translational researches.