What we do

Research in life sciences

Our department hosts 12 research laboratories gathering a total of 151 scientists, engineers and technical staff. Research expands over a large variety of domains, such as developmental genetics, regeneration, phylogenetics or anthropology.

Life sciences teaching

Life sciences’ teaching at the University of Geneva is one of the key activities of our professors and teachers. We also propose specific master and PhD specialization through various programs.

Organization of events

We are either directly organizing or associated in the organization of various scientific seminars and conferences. Here's the next one:

24.04.2014 00:00 - 1S059 (Sciences III) - GEN/EV

Eukaryotic–Omics: Exploring and testing with next-generation sequencing

by Christopher Quince (Glasgow University, UK ), Alessandra Carbone (Pierre et Marie Curie University, France), Ludovic Orlando (University of Copenhagen, Denmark ), Ramon Massana (University of Barcelona, Spain), Naiara Rodriguez Ezpeleta (AZTI-Tecnalia, Spain), Elizabeth L. Clare (Queen Mary University of London, UK), Maria Aguilar Gonzales (University of Alberta, Canada)
Host: Jan Pawlowski · Add to iCal

Publication of results

Some recent publications from the department: