Quantitative biology courses

One of our main mission is to train the future leaders in interdisciplinar quantitative biology.
Discover the international quantitative biology courses we organize every year!

Every year, PSL-Qlife organizes two schools, each covering a specific topic in the line of interdisciplinarity for quantitative biology. It aims at familiarizing participants with the latest concepts and technical developments, as well as current issues and practical know-how in the interdisciplinary research field of quantitative biology. Such issues will be addressed at both single cell and global levels. In addition to lectures from a broad range of experts, participants will be introduced to the know-how through digital simulation work.

These quantitative biology schools can be attended by master and PhD students, as well as engineers, post docs and junior researchers. In addition, these course allows student to validate 3ECTS.



          You get a very good blend of scientific talks and workshops. It was very informative, educational and highly scientific.

Bandita Adhikari, PhD student, US


I especially loved the workshops, it was a really rewarding experience, a chance to practice a lot!

Marie Binvignat, PhD student, Paris


Courses in 2023

This year, we organize two quantitative biology schools on the following topics: The genomics of transposable elements and When epigenetics meet chromosomes. They will take place on February 2nd-10th and March 22nd- 31st 2023 respectively.


                               You can get feedbacks from top experts in the field

Claire Lansonneur, Master student, Paris


Past quantitative biology schools

Quantitative viral dynamics across scales, March 21st-25th, 2022

Active matters in biology, February 14th-18th, 2022

Quantitative ecological genomics in the Tara ocean, March 29th-April 2nd, 2021

Cell dynamics in developmental systems, February 8th-12th, 2021

Systems immunology, March 2nd-6th, 2020

Neuronal networks, February 3rd-7th , 2020

Transcribing the genome in 4D, February 18th-23rd, 2019