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  • Specialty – Design and Innovation of Bio-Products (CIB)

    The objec­tive of the GB-CIB spe­cial­ty is to train engi­neers both com­petent in bio­tech­no­lo­gies in gene­ral and able to manage trans­verse pro­jects, tech­no­lo­gy trans­fer and who dis­play a ‘spi­rit’ of innovation.



    MGB-CIB trai­ning relies on the latest bio-engi­nee­ring tech­niques along with acqui­si­tion of know­ledge about asso­ciate indus­trial equip­ment and pro­cesses. Spe­ci­fi­cal­ly, courses cover mole­cu­lar tech­no­lo­gies used for DNA and pro­tein ana­ly­sis, meta­bo­lic and cell sciences, immu­no­tech­no­lo­gies and agro-resources as well as indus­trial ope­ra­tions need for production.

    Spe­ci­fi­cal­ly the courses are:

    • Meta­bo­lism
    • Pro­tein engineering
    • Mole­cu­lar and gene­tic biotechnologies
    • Agro-resources
    • Pro­cess management
    • Col­loi­dal solu­tions and systems
    • Mat­ter transfer
    • Sepa­ra­tion techniques

    Placements and industrial relations

    GB-CIB stu­dents spend 6 months on pla­ce­ments and 6 months on their end-of-stu­dies pro­ject work (pre­fe­ra­bly in an indus­trial sec­tor except those who intend to pur­sue in research).

    Professional openings

    GB-CIB gra­duates usual­ly find jobs with major inter­na­tio­nal groups (Merck, GlaxoS­mi­thK­line, L'Oréal, Sano­fi, Guer­bet, Vir­bac, Pall, Ser­vier, John­son & John­son, Elli Lil­ly, UCB Phar­ma, Novo Nor­disk, Groupe Souf­flet, Diag­nos­ti­ca Sta­go, LVMH, Bio­rad, Stal­ler­gènes, Pierre Fabre, …), with inno­vatve SMEs (InCel­lArt, Cel­lec­tis, Abliance, Celo­gos, PX'Therapeutics, Serial Gene­tics, Mablife, …) or with the main French research ins­ti­tu­tions (CEA, Ins­ti­tut Pas­teur, Ins­ti­tut Curie, Ins­ti­tut Gus­tave Rous­sy, CNRS, INRA, INSERM, EFS, …) or even direct­ly abroad with other employers.

    They can be found prin­ci­pal­ly in indus­trial R&D, in pro­duc­tion, tech­no­lo­gy trans­fer, bio­tech­no­lo­gi­cal inno­va­tion, QA and regu­la­to­ry agen­cies and in envi­ron­ment-inten­sive sectors.

    Contact and documentation

    Res­pon­sable de la filière
    Claude-Oli­vier Sarde
     +33 (0)3 44 23 44 11
    Res­pon­sable pédagogique
    Murielle Dufresne
     +33 (0)3 44 23 46 09
    Coor­di­na­trice des stages
    Mar­tine Yvinec
     +33 (0)3 44 23 43 28
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