Master Biology-Health from Paris-Saclay University
The international Master's 2 GenE2 is aimed at students in Biology, Medicine, Pharmacy, or any other relevant scientific curriculum, who wish to acquire skills in the manipulation, processing and statistical analysis of high-throughput sequencing data.
This course is suitable for students interested in the concepts and technologies of genetics, genomics, epigenetics and epigenomics integrating structural, functional and evolutionary aspects.
The originality of this M2 is to integrate the recently developed technologies by combining them with a solid training in processing and analysis of high-throughput data including two practical workshops: ChIP-seq and Big Data.
The strengths and originality of the Master 2 GenE2:
Dual skills training: Biology and Data Analysis
A "ChIP-seq" workshop: A to Z realization of a chromatin immunoprecipitation experiment followed by Illumina sequencing
A "Big Data" workshop: a practical workshop for the analysis of NGS data, aimed at familiarizing students with the manipulation and exploitation of highthroughput sequencing data from genomics, epigenomics and transcriptomics. ..
Teaching units in the form of lectures in English given by specialists in each field
An internship of 6 months in a research team or in a company
A network of host laboratories in Ile-de-France, in France and abroad
The educational objectives of the Master 2 GenE2 are to train students in the concepts and technologies of genetics, genomics, epigenetics and epigenomics by integrating structural, functional and evolutionary aspects.
Beyond the description of mechanisms, it is also about understanding the processes that may have led to their emergence and evolution.
An originality of this course is to integrate the recently developed technologies by associating them with a solid training in processing and analysis of broadband data notably via two practical workshops: ChIp-seq and BigData.
Training for and by research of our program includes the study of mechanisms of recombination, repair and replication, genomic variability and genomic bases of phenotypic variability, gene expression regulation, structural evolution and functional genomes, especially in an adaptation context, ...
One of the original features of our program is its integrated dimension, which makes it possible to integrate approaches ranging from the DNA molecule to the populations.
Our training was conceived in relation with the Paris-Saclay University laboratories whose research focuses on genomics, genetics, epigenetics, evolution, domains in "Omics", molecular ecology...
These internationally recognized teams are developing cutting-edge research and technologies.
The lectures are given by internationally recognized researchers.
The Research-Teaching dialogue at the base of our program ensures the coherence of the training according to recent developments and the needs of academics research and R&D departments of private companies.
A BigData workshop for the analysis of high throughput sequencing data
A unique practical training in France!
From Designing a Sequencing Experiment to High-Speed Data Acquisition through a Chip-seq Practical Workshop
Presentation of the latest sequencing technologies
Introduction to high-speed data manipulation
Analysis and bioinformatic processing of data
Biostatistical analyzes of experiments
Teaching Units :
BigData and ChIP-seq Practical Course (100 h / 12 ECTS):
non-coding RNAs and epigenetics (25 h / 3 ECTS)
Stability and Evolution of Genomes (25 h / 3 ECTS)
Genome, Phenotype and Populations (25 h / 3 ECTS)
The optional Teaching Units (50 h / 6 ECTS au choix)
The M2 Internship (6 mois / 30 ECTS)
LANGUAGE OF TEACHING: English
GenE2's teaching team
The GenE2 managers
- Pierre CAPPY, IDEEV
- Cécile FAIRHEAD, IDEEV
- Sébastien BLOYER, I2BC
Secretary: Nathalie Beauvois
- Frédéric CRÉMAZY
The GenE2 teaching team
- Emmanuelle BAUDRY
- Antoine BRANCA
- Stéphanie BURY-MONET
- Fabrice CONFALONIERI
- Christine DILLMANN
- Pierre GROGNET
- Myriam HARRY
- Judith LEGRAND
- Gaëlle LELANDAIS
- Anne LOPES
- Élodie MARCHADIER
- Benoit MOINDROT
- Sophie NETTER
Career opportunities and professional integration at the end of the Master GenE2
After obtaining the Master's degree, graduates can pursue by a thesis by applying to a PhD contract from a doctoral school (Paris-Saclay or external), or from a 'PhD Track' program in France or abroad.
Some labs or private companies can also fund a PhD on their own grants (SIFRE, ANR, ERC, FRM, ...)
Basic or applied research in the academic sector
(Paris-Saclay, ENS, Institut Pasteur, Institut Curie, Institut Jacques Monod, Génopole, ...) or R & D in a private company, in France or abroad. Engineer, research engineer, analyst, ...
Areas of research
Bioinformatics, data analysis, oncology, gene therapy, biotechnology, ecology, environment, genetic counseling, teaching, scientific watch, scientific communication, valorization ...
Scholarships will be awarded for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Université Paris-Saclay aims to promote access for international students to its Master's programs.
Based on academic achievements, these scholarships are awarded for 1 or 2 years to students enrolled in a Master's program at Université Paris-Saclay.
End of application selection date: May 7, 2021
Deadline for receipt of the 2 recommendations and closure of the call: May 13, 2021
Jury meeting: June 18, 2021
Applications for the Master2 GenE2 are made via the Paris-Saclay University Website.
Applications must be sent during these 2 periods:
from 01/02/2021 to 19/04/2021 for students applying to Paris-Saclay International Master's Scholarship (see conditions above)
from 07/05/2021 to 14/07/2021 for others