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A look back at the Workshops held on November 15 and 30!

IMS Workshops were held on Wednesday November 15 and Thursday November 30, on the theme of drug formulation development and clinical trials, and on the theme of extracellular matrix and pathologies.These events were organized by Pascal Villa, Sylviane Muller, Dominique Bagnard and Françoise Dantzer.This event was an opportunity for all participants to discuss their...

IMS organizes its Workshops on November 15 and 30 !

Join us on November 15 for a Workshop on "Drug Formulation Development and Clinical Trials" ! On November 15, 2023, IMS is organizing its Workshop on the theme of drug formulation development and clinical trials.On the program, a number of doctors, researchers and professors will talk about their research!If you're interested in spending a convivial moment over lunch...

IMS Day : Recent advances in drug development

The 3rd IMS day was a great success! It took place on May 3, 2023, at the Hotel Les Haras in Strasbourg. Thanks We would like to thank the sponsors: the BNP Paribas Foundation and Pierre Fabre, and their donation to...

3rd IMS public scientific meeting

The IMS scientific day will be held on May 3rd from 9:00 to 18:30 at the Hotel Les Haras in Strasbourg. The main theme of this meeting will be recent advances in drug development.The program of this 3rd public scientific meeting of the IMS is available below. If...

Visit of the delegation from Okayama University to IMS

The University of Okayama, founded in 1949 on the foundations of a school founded in 1870, currently welcomes 13,024 students, including 1,237 doctoral students. Relations between the University of Strasbourg and Okayama University have already been strengthened by previous delegation visits and scientific and institutional exchanges. ...

Searching for new forms of antibiotics in Antarctica

Fabrice Bertile, a researcher at the IMS, begins a six-month mission to the Crozet Islands in Antarctica as part of the Antarbiotic project. The goal is to discover new forms of antibiotics by studying the adaptation of organisms in extreme conditions. ...