Laboratory New Entrants Day on 11/12/19

The Laboratory New Entrants Day is organized on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
The programme of this meeting will include a presentation of the laboratory and its departments, the various departments and staff representatives. This first half-day will be followed by a visit to our two sites and scientific platforms of different teams. After a meal shared together, a Health and Safety training will be organized. The day will end with a time devoted to new doctoral students proposed by their representatives.

News project VIP Room « VIrtual reality for oPerating Room »

The TIMC ThEMAS team and the Université Grenoble Alpes are collaborating with GEM, Grenoble École de Management, Imperial College London, the University of Heidelberg and the start-up Simango to launch the VIP Room project, and offer the first training using simulation & virtual reality for infection prevention at the surgical site.
Such a tool will make it possible to provide early training to better familiarize students with this sensitive environment, by raising their awareness and training them in a fun way on hygiene rules and infection control.

Armida L. GOMEZ LARA PhD Defense on 06/11/19

PhD Defense of Armida Leticia GOMEZ LARA from DyCTIM² teams on June the 11th at 9:30 am: “A novel anisotropic elasticity-palpography IVUS imaging tool and characterization of the viscoelasto-plastic properties of angioplasty balloon: towards a better assessment and treatment of coronary artery diseases”.
Place: Room109 of Bâtiment Boucherle, Faculté de Médecine et Pharmacie, La Tronche

Recruitment:PhD Position in 'Physics, Physical Chemistry, Engineering' at TIMC and Swansea University

The Laboratoire TIMC-IMAG at the Université Grenoble Alpes (France) and Swansea University (United Kingdom), jointly invite applications for a three-year co-tutelle PhD programme focussing on: “Novel Protein Interface to Improve Biocompatibility of Implantable Medical Devices”. The scientific challenge of this project is to use novel protein-derived biopolymers in biomimetic membranes to address the technological challenge of improving the biocompatibility for biomembranes used for implanted medical devices (UGA-TIMC).