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Institut Curie conducts research in order to:

  • Understand the mechanisms of cancer development
  • Facilitate the transition from basic research to clinical application
  • Develop innovative therapeutic and diagnostic techniques

Biologists, chemists, physicists, and computer scientists: our multidisciplinary teams have made the Institut Curie Research Centre a leader in cancer studies in Europe. Its teams are divided into 14 research units that work closely with the CNRS, Inserm, and various universities (Paris Sciences et Lettres, Paris-Descartes, Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris Sud, and more).

Our research is organized according to 4 priorities:

  • An innovative, interdisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment
  • Developing highly technical platforms
  • Sharing knowledge
  • Training



Institut Curie