Objective TRAINING Presentation  Présentation

The training component, led by Prof. Line Bourel assisted by an educational team, was designed so that students acquire transversal expertise and general skills on the theme of the vectorization of biomolecules in the form of a supplement to their main diploma. Indeed, they will primarily be enrolled in a master's degree and they will be able to benefit from additional training provided by ITI InnoVec.

InnoVec is backed by different courses of 6 Master's degrees:

-Master of Biotechnology

-Master of Medicine Sciences and Health Products

-Master of Biology-Health

-Master of Life Sciences

-Master Chemistry

-Master of Applied Physics and Physical Engineering

The 16 teams of the Institute can accommodate M1 and M2 students from these different courses on internships, or about 50 interns, each year. Internship reception is not reserved for students enrolled in Unistra. Any master's student can contact us.

This internship is completed by a training cycle on different themes related to the vectorization of biomolecules (tutoring and personalized support, summer school, training in defenses and interviews, development of a network and team spirit) whose pedagogical objective is the development of autonomy, training in and through research and maturation of the professional project. This training cycle is validated by a supplement to the diploma. For a master's student, acquiring the InnoVec diploma supplement will be a way to differentiate, specialize and professionalize his curriculum.

Target audience

The audience mainly targeted by the training provided under the ITI InnoVec is made up of Master's students at Unistra (M1 then M2) who apply to complete their Master's internships in the ITI teams. Students enrolled in Master's degrees from other universities can also apply to join this training cycle. The following routes, offered by Unistra, are identified as those that can most naturally provide access to ITI teams:

* Strasbourg Higher School of Biotechnology (ESBS)

Mention Biotechnology, resp: G. Orfanoudakis

  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (BP) course, resp: M. Zeniou, pool: 20
  • Synthetic Biology (BS) course, resp: G. Orfanoudakis, pool: 20
  • High Speed Analysis (AHD) route, resp: B. Kieffer, pool: 20

* Faculty of Pharmacy

Mention Medical Sciences, resp: P. André, E. Kellenberger

  • Pharmacology and Toxicology (PHT) course, resp: F. Pons, J.-P. Gies, pool: 20

* Faculty of Medicine

Mention Biologie-Santé, resp : J. Sibilia, Y. Haïkel, G. Prévost

  • Biomedicine Research Course (RBM), resp: G. Prévost, J. Céraline, R. Carapito, pool: 30-40

* Faculty of Chemistry

Mention Chemistry, resp: R. Schurhammer, V. Beneteau

  • Chemistry-Biology-Medicine (CBM) course, resp: V. Berl, S. Vuilleumier, L. Bourel, pool: 25
  • Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry (CMS) course, resp: V. Heitz, pool: 25

* Faculty of Life Sciences

Mention Life Sciences, resp: S. Fournel

  • Immunology - Inflammation (II) course, resp: S. Fournel, F. Gross, pool: 
  • Pathway Biology of Microorganisms (Microbiology or Virology), resp: D. Gilmer, M. Dimitrova, pool: 20

* Faculty of Physics and Engineering

Applied Physical Mention and Engineering, resp: G. Schafer

  • Micro and Nanoelectronics (TI) course, resp: L. Hebrard, pool: 20 (including TPS students)


Formalities - Administrative registrations

The student must register, in addition to registering for his master's degree, for the InnoVec diploma supplement (SD) which has been validated by Unistra authorities. He will receive the SD if he has self-trained, actively participated in integration and presentation meetings and the summer school, in addition to his expected bibliographic and experimental work.