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Institute of Interdisciplinary Research in human and molecular Biology (IRIBHM)

Faculty of Medicine | Erasme Campus

Interfaculty institutes | IB²: Interuniversity Institute of Bioinformatics of Brussels

Interfaculty institutes | U-CRC: ULB Cancer Research Center

Interfaculty institutes | UNI, ULB Neuroscience Institute

(Code: ULB205)

Person in charges of the unit : COSTAGLIOLA Sabine, BECK Benjamin, WITTAMER Valerie.

IRIBHM is part of the Medical School of the Univerité Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and one of the largest research structures of the university.
Founded in the nineteen sixties with the aim of applying an interdisciplinary approach to the study of thyroid pathophysiology, the Institute has thrived
over the years into a number of independent groups with diversifying research interests. Presently, about 130 researchers and technicians are working in
the Institute over a range of subjects encompassing signal transduction, development, neuroscience, and cancer, using cell and molecular biology approaches.
Staff researchers include physicians, physicists, bioinformaticians, (bio)chemists and biologists. The activities of IRIBHM are mainly taking place on the
Erasme campus of ULB, in the suburb of Brussels, although the Institute also contributes to the Institut de Biologie Moléculaire et Médicale (IBMM) on
the Gosselies campus. The heavy equipment is common to the whole Institute and often shared with other groups of the campus as technical platforms. This
includes genomics, proteomics, transgenesis, FACS and confocal microscopy facilities.

Campus : Campus Hospitalo-Fac
Campus Erasme
Location : Campus Erasme, Bat. C - niv. 4, 5 et 6 et IBMM, Campus Gosselies, niveau 3
Address : CP602 - Route de Lennik, 808 - 1070 Bruxelles
Phone number : +32-2-555.41.33 / 41.35
Fax : +32-2-555.46.55
E-mail :
Web site :

Disciplines CRef :

 • Biochemistry

 • Biophysics

 • Cancerology

 • Cell biology

 • Embryology (animal)

 • Endocrinology

 • Molecular and cellular pharmacology

 • Molecular biology

 • Molecular genetics