Genetic medicine concept

About Us

iGE3, the Institute of Genetics and Genomics of Geneva, is a dynamic structure of the University of Geneva to promote research and teaching related to the human and other genomes. Our ambition is to understand life in the light of the structure, variation and function of genomes, and to contribute to the promotion of health based on the studies of the various human genomes.

Stylianos E. Antonarakis - Co-founder and former director of iGE3
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Publications in the frame of iGE3

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Open positions

Master, PhD and postdoc positions available

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Focus on selected publications - Press releases from the UNIGE

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News and events

Events of interest

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iGE3 news mailing

Stay informed about iGE3 news and events

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Core Features


Genetic research concept

Research topics include human genetics, genetic diseases, development, evolution, ethical and social issues around the genome.

Research section


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Participation in the PhD programs of the UNIGE, and continuation of the PhD program created by the former NCCR Frontiers in Genetics.

Education section


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Core facilities and services intended for the biological and biomedical research community of the UNIGE.

Services section