The CBH Graduate School aims to provide students with a high quality of training, life on-campus, and international experience with interdisciplinary aspects and preparation for their future professional lives through extensive hands-on research experience. The graduate school relies on University Grenoble Alpes’ (UGA) CBH research department, with research organised in 4 axes: chemistry, biology, health-related biology, and health-related technology. Research in biology of the CBH Graduate School is represented by the GRAL programme.

GRAL is at the interface between structural and cellular biology, and is multidisciplinary by nature.

GRAL’s main priority is to decipher and integrate knowledge on the structure and dynamics of biological molecules and their function in the cellular context, in space and time. This approach will allow to better understand the regulation of biological functions, and will open the way to major advances in health, environment, and biotechnologies.