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Microgenomics International Symposium 2014

Symposium Venue




The symposium will be held on 15-16 May 2014, « Les Cordeliers » Campus, 15 rue de l’Ecole de Médicine, Paris 75006.

Located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, the students quarter, the Cordeliers campus is part of the Pierre and Marie Curie University.

This prestigious historical site has been dedicated to teaching and medicine for over two centuries.
photo of the courtyard

The cloister of the Cordelier Campus

©Le Campus des Cordeliers, Université Pierre et Marie Curie

Photo of the cloister at the Cordeliers Campus

The galleries that border the cloister at the Cordeliers Campus.

©Le Campus des Cordeliers, Université Pierre et Marie Curie


The Cordeliers campus was once the site of a convent. The term “Cordeliers” comes from the thin cord that the Franciscan monks wore instead of a belt. The convent was built between 1234 and 1571 on land that was given to them by Saint Louis. The Franciscan convents included a school of theology, cloisters, a garden, a church and a refectory. After the revolution, the site housed one of the most famous political clubs during the French revolution. Later, sessions of the society for Human and civil rights, also known as the “Club des Cordeliers” were held here. All citizens could come and listen to the speeches of the important actors of the French revolution: Desmoulins, Danton, Hébert, Marat…


From 1795 to the late 1800’s, the campus housed a “school of health”. In 1875, the city of Paris became the official owners of the site with the obligation of housing forever, the services of the school of medicine. After a partial restoration in 1980, the campus is now used in part for research, the chair of doctoral studies and also for scientific conferences. The Cordeliers Campus has also been the home to the Dupuytren Museum collection (where over 6000 objects (bone fragments, skeletons, malformations, etc) can be observed) since 1835.

Lecture hall

The Lecture Hall

©Le Campus des Cordeliers, Université Pierre et Marie Curie

    

Reception hall

One of the reception halls where sponsors may have their stands around coffee breaks and lunch.

©Le Campus des Cordeliers, Université Pierre et Marie Curie




The gallery around the cloister and the reception halls offer vast space for sponsoring, poster sessions, coffee breaks and lunches.