With the implementation of fifteen Interdisciplinary Thematic Institutes (ITI), where innovative training is backed up by cutting-edge research, the University of Strasbourg is renewing itself to better meet the scientific challenges of tomorrow, in health and life sciences, sciences and technologies as well as in human and social sciences.
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Launched in January 2021, the Interdisciplinary thematic institutes (ITI) are at the heart of the development strategy of the University of Strasbourg and are a major element in the overhaul of its research and training landscape. They fit into the continuity of graduate schools, in the wake of University Research Schools (EUR) and Laboratories of excellence (Labex).
The Interdisciplinary thematic institutes (ITI) are part of the Initiative of Excellence (IdEx) jointly brought by the University of Strasbourg (Unistra), the National center for scientific research (CNRS) and the National institute of health and medical research (Inserm) and are co-financed as part of the french Great investment plan (GPI) or Future investments program (PIA).