Teaching: an essential activity at the CBM

Among the 49 tenured researchers at the Center for Molecular Biophysics in 2018, 19 are Faculty members (Senior Lecturers and Professors) at the University of Orléans. They are actively involved in teaching courses at all levels of higher education - undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels – in physics, biochemistry and biology.

At the graduate school in Science and Technology at the University of Orléans, researchers from the Center for Molecular Biophysics teach courses on the Master’s program ’Science, Technology, Health’ in the following sub-fields:



They also give courses in the Franco-Polish Master’s program in Biotechnologies.

CBM is strongly involved in these Masters degrees both by giving courses and training students through projects and internships.

About 20 doctoral students from ED 549 are currently doing their PhD in the research teams of the Center.


Every year, the CBM teams host around 70 trainees, ranging from secondary school pupils to second-year Master’s students, covering a wide range of disciplines: biochemistry, biology, physics, chemistry, computer science, information sciences, etc.