CRBM includes 17 research groups, technological platforms and common services and houses about 160 people (researchers, university professors, engineers, technicians and administrative staff, PhD students and post-doctoral fellows).
CRBM is internationally recognized particularly for its research on the cell cycle field and the discovery of the molecular mechanisms that control cell division by the work started by Marcel Dorée and his research group. This research axis is still very active at CRBM, and the current “cell cycle” research projects are focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms that regulate mitosis, in normal conditions or during tumour development and progression. This research axis has been strengthened by the important recruitment of new research groups in the last years. […]