Who we are

The European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicine Projects Team is involved in the fields of Bioinformatics, Computational Systems Biology and Systems P4 Medicine to decipher the mechanisms and trajectories underlying complex human diseases, understand and maintain wellness.

The EISBM Projects Team and its partners are already engaged in a wide range of national, European and international research programmes, some of which have already provided new insights into the mechanisms of various chronic diseases, including cancer, asthma and allergy.

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EISBM Projects Team expertise


Strategic advice

Identifying necessary expertise at the interface between biology, informatics, clinical research, statistics, mathematical and computational modelling, leveraging experience in public-private partnerships.


Privacy and standards

Implementing best ethical, regulatory and experimental practices and standards at the strategic and operational levels based on long-standing experience of participation in previous European and international projects.


Quality datasets production

Design of standardized and multi-parameter-controlled experimental pipelines to generate datasets, assessed for quality and robustness with automated scripts and integrated in a knowledge management platform.


Data analysis and integration

Advanced bioinformatics workflows for patients stratification, biomarker discovery and functional analysis, from single and multi-omics datasets.


Interpretation and hypothesis generation

Functional annotation, pathway and network enrichment analyses; development of computerized diseases maps; integration of biological, clinical environmental and lifestyle datasets collected through connected devices.


Experimental validation

Design of experimental pipelines including post-analysis technical and biological validation of the molecular findings.

Understanding LIFE COMPLEXITY,

Understanding and managing complexity is the greatest current challenge in all scientific,
engineering and social disciplines.

Our Mission

To provide high quality and biological relevance to your data to help you take control of your health.

At EISBM, we work in an environment that values diversity, individuality,
team work, mutual respect and open exchange of ideas.

  • Testimonial
    Vasundra TouréBioinformatics intern (master level) - Feb - Aug 2015

    I had a great time at the EISBM as a bioinformatics intern. Involved in the eTRIKs project on DiseaseMaps, my task was to develop a software for representing biological pathways in graph databases. The team was very friendly, helpful and open to my suggestions. It was an excellent first experience and a good springboard for my career in the field of Systems Biology and Systems Medicine.

  • Testimonial
    Romain Tching Chi YenResearch Engineer in BioInformatics - 2016 - 2017

    I started at the EISBM as an intern, and was then hired as a full-time engineer. Despite being relatively short, it was a great experience. I learned a lot about Systems Medicine and about the academic research world. They are a great, hard-working team, with good spirit and an open-mind.

  • Testimonial
    Hassan AhmedResearcher, MSc – Systems Biology - 2011-2012

    When I first came along Dr. Charles Auffray’s article on Scale Relativity theory and Integrative Systems Biology, co-authored with Dr. Laurent Nottale, I had a personal ‘eureka’ moment inspired by the sheer novelty of Charles’ worldview to science. That was in Munich. Quite interestingly, seven months later I met Charles, accidentally, in person after a Prof. Denis Noble’s talk in Paris. What I learned afterwards, in Life (everyday life and life Sciences), after I joined Charles lab and team for two internships and a second MSc degree : witnessing EISBM as it morphed Charles ‘systemoscope’ (he coined that term !) at Villejuif, into the pan European involvement in the projects of U-BIOPRED, AirProm and others at Lyon, That was a life changer.

  • Testimonial
    Amphun ChaiboonchoePostdoctoral research fellow - 2011-2013

    Currently working as Research associate at New York University Abu Dhabi – I had learned so much from my Mentor - Charles Auffray and had a great time with my colleagues at EISBM.