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The Institut Curie Bioinformatics Core facility is composed of twenty bioinformaticians, biostatisticians and software engineers who offer a multidisciplinary expertise to support the biotechnological core facilities from Curie Core Tech, the research units and the hospital in their daily activities. Our skills range from data analysis, data management, software development and high-performance computing.

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Prix Curie 2021 to Nicolas Servant
- 18 January 2022
Nicolas Servant awarded the Prix Curie 2021 of the Research Center

Congratulations to Nicolas Servant awarded the Prix Curie 2021 of the Research Center at the Chairman of the Executive Board’s new year speech ceremony on January 18. Created in 2017, these awards celebrate the high-impact, landmark contributions made by Institut Curie staff to the MC21 strategic plan.

Receiving the Prix Curie is a very proud moment for me. In the era of big data and precision medicine, this prize acknowledges the work of our bio-informatics support for cancer research and care,” explains Nicolas Servant, joint director of the Research Center’s bio-informatics platform in Paris. He joined Institut Curie in 2005. His team provides technical and scientific support for data analysis, innovation and bio-informatics.

At the fifth edition of this annual event, Prof. Alain Puisieux, Director of the Research Center, awarded the Prix Curie to Nicolas Servant.

Each year the Prix Curie celebrate and recognize the work, the group projects and the commitment of staff from the Hospital Group, the Research Center, and for the first time, Head Office. The Head Office will be eligible for the prize once every three years.



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    The objective of the Research Center is to develop basic research and to use the knowledge produced to improve the diagnosis, prognosis, and therapeutics of cancers as part of the continuum between basic research and innovation serving the patient.

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