The Institut Pasteur de Lille supports several technological platforms, some of which are part of the PLBS service unit (Plateformes Lilloises en Biologie et Santé). Beyond Lille academic research, technological platforms located at the Pasteur Lille campus are also opened to the entire scientific community, inclusing to biotechnology and pharmaceutical research companies.
PLBS is a joint service unit (UMS 2014 CNRS – US 41 Inserm), directed by Sophie Crespin, open to the entire scientific community in Biology and Health. PLBS’s mission is to pool the expertise of 80 engineers and technicians, to develop innovative methodological approaches and to widely open the access to cutting-edge technological tools. PLBS was born from the will of the University of Lille, CNRS, Inserm, Lille University Hospital and IPL to provide structured research support for the 25 laboratories dedicated to Biology and Health in Lille.
On the Pasteur Lille campus, the 6 affiliated platforms taking part to PLBS :
ARIADNE – Criblage, high content and high throughput screening platform
Responsible : Florence Leroux