Infection, antimicrobiens, modélisation, évolution (IAME)

Unité Inserm 1137 / Université de Paris

Infection, antimicrobiens, modélisation, évolution (IAME)

Informations générales

L'Unité en quelques mots

IAME is an alliance from basic to clinical and population-based research towards medical progress in the fight against infectious diseases. It belongs to the French Institute for Medical Research (INSERM) and to the Universities Paris Diderot and Paris Nord. It depends of two departments of the French Agency of Life and Health Sciences (AVIESAN), Infectious Diseases and Public Health.

Located at the Paris Diderot / Bichat Medical School campus in the north of Paris and connected to several University Hospitals in close proximity, it provides a unique opportunity to mix basic scientists and clinicians involved in infectious disease research.

Équipes de recherche

  • Erick Denamur - Ecology, evolution and therapeutic of virulence and resistance in bacteria
  • France Mentré - Biostatistical modeling, clinical investigation and pharmacometrics in infectious diseases
  • Olivier Tenaillon - Quantitative evolutionary microbiology: digging in the genomic bases of ecological and genetic interactions
  • Yazdan Yazdanpanah - Decision science in infectious disease prevention and control


Infection, antimicrobiens, modélisation et évolution (IAME)
Faculté de médecine Paris Diderot - Site Bichat
16 rue Henri Huchard
75890 Paris Cedex 18
Téléphone : +33 (0)1 57 27 75 34

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