Inaugural Conference of the PhD school of Life Sciences

The Faculties of Medicine and Science are pleased to invite you to celebrate the new doctoral school of Life Sciences at UNIGE.
The conference will provide an overview of the new PhD School and showcase research and theses from both faculties.
Presentations will be followed by a drinks reception.

5 March 2019
5 pm, Uni Dufour, U300


Attendance is free, registration is mandatory, until February 28.

Jean-Claude Martinou wins the Lelio Orci Award 2018


The Lelio Orci Price has been attributed to Jean-Claude Martinou for his work on the control of mitochondrial organisation and physiology. His research group has made fundamental discoveries on the molecular mechanisms controlling the shape of mitochondria, their ability to import and to process metabolites, and to adapt to various metabolic situations.

The official award ceremony will take place on 15 February 2019 at the LS2 Annual Meeting 2019