Milieu Intérieur project takes an unprecedented look at the human immune system by examining the genetic and environmental factors contributing to the variability of immune responses.

Consortium members

  • École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

How to collaborate with us

Researchers can obtain access to the Milieu Intérieur data, biological samples and methodology by submitting a research proposal to:

Current collaborations

Publications

  • Immune response profiling of patients with spondyloarthritis reveals signalling networks mediating TNF-blocker function in vivo


    Menegatti S. et al.

    Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases
    Volume: ‏ 8; Issue: ‏ 4; Pages: ‏ 475-486; Published: ‏ APR 2021

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  • Unveiling Interindividual Variability of Human Fibroblast Innate Immune Response Using Robust Cell-Based Protocols


    Chansard A. et al.

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Events

News

  • Milieu Intérieur welcomes PhD Students (2021-2024)

    In the PhD call held in 2020, 3 projects were selected that aim to leverage the data of the Milieu Intérieur (MI) cohort for understanding immune variability. The MI team welcomes three excellent PhD students who have been funded to work on these projects for 3 years. 

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  • Job Vacancy - Postdoc in Quantitative and Population Genetics

    The Quintana-Murci laboratory (Unit of Human Evolutionary Genetics, CNRS UMR2000) is recruiting a post-doctoral researcher in quantitative and population genetics at Institut Pasteur, Paris.

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  • The Milieu Intérieur Project and COVID-19

    Researchers from the Milieu Intérieur consortium have contributed significantly to understand and provide solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to do so.

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How to collaborate with us

Researchers can obtain access to the Milieu Intérieur data, biological samples and methodology by submitting a research proposal to:

Current collaborations