Key Figures

  • An area of 59,934 m2
  • The CNRS Provence and Corsica regional delegation
  • 2 research institutes
  • 6 research laboratories
  • 450 people including more than 60 PhD students
  • The high-tech company ImCheck Therapeutics
  • A CNRS training center and conference
  • Lodging
  • Sports and cultural facilities inside (gym, Yoga, Pilates, Theater) and nearby (Tennis, swimming pool)
  • A proximity of the city center and beaches …

Research

The Institut de Microbiologie de la Méditerranée – IMM – is the largest concentration of microbiology research laboratories in Marseille. It brings together nearly 300 people, including 180 statutory staff in the laboratories and training platforms.

The laboratories

  • The Bioenergetics and Protein Engineering Laboratory – BIP
  • The Laboratory of Bacterial Chemistry – LCB
  • The Macromolecular Systems Engineering Laboratory – LISM

The platforms

  • Optical Microscopy Platform
  • Electron Microscopy Platform
  • Proteomics Platform at IMM
  • Transcriptome and sequencing platform
  • Expression platform, protein production and purification
  • NMR platform of the IMM
  • EPR platform dedicated to life sciences
  • Platform for electrochemistry, enzymology and redox titration
  • Lipid platform

Proposed Trainings

All trainings Phd program

Access / Getting around

When you arrive on campus, report to the guard station located at the entrance to the site. Tel. guard post: 04 91 16 45 00

  • By aeroplane
    • From Marseille-Provence airport (Marignane) :
      • Take the shuttle bus which will take you to the Saint-Charles train station.
      • Then take the metro line 2 towards Dromel.
        • at the Rond-Point du Prado station: connections to the CNRS, bus B1 (stop Michelet Bonneaude)
        • at the terminus (Sainte Marguerite / Dromel station): connection to the CNRS, bus 48 (Aiguier-CNRS stop) or bus 47 (Michelet Bonneaude stop)
  • By car
    • You are coming from Paris, Lyon, Montpellier… :
      • take either the North motorway or the Littoral motorway towards Marseille,
      • take the direction “Joliette-Vieux Port” then the toll tunnel “Prado-Carenage” to reach the Rond-Point du Prado via Boulevard Rabateau.
      • At the roundabout, take the direction of Cassis via Boulevard Michelet where the access to the CNRS is indicated by the Chemin de la Bonneaude.
    • You are coming from Nice, Toulon… :
      • at the exit of the East motorway, take the avenue Cantini, then the boulevard Schloesing to join the delegation.
  • By train
    • You arrive at the Marseille-Saint-Charles railway station:
      • Then take the metro line n° 2 direction Dromel.
        • at the Rond-Point du Prado station: connections to the CNRS, bus B1 (stop Michelet Bonneaude)
        • at the terminus (Sainte Marguerite / Dromel station): connection to the CNRS, bus 48 (Aiguier-CNRS stop) or bus 47 (Michelet Bonneaude stop)
  • By public transport
    • Then take the metro line 2 towards Dromel.
      • at the Rond-Point du Prado station: connections to the CNRS, bus 21 (stop Michelet Bonneaude).
      • at the terminus (Sainte Marguerite / Dromel station): connections to the CNRS, bus 48 (Aiguier-CNRS stop) or bus 47 (Michelet Bonneaude stop).

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