Need help to analyse your data?

Submit a project
The Hub offers various services to the campus :


  • Short questions : if you have a simple question about bioinformatics and / or statistics, you can ask your question on this website. A mail is sent to all Hub members and one of them will answer you within a few hours.
  • Open desk : come and discuss about your data, your project, your analyses or just about bioinformatics and (bio-)statistics every Tuesday morning from 10 to 12 in Yersin Building (24) 1st Floor. Hub members with complementary fields of expertise will be ready to answer your questions and discuss with you.
  • Collaborative projects : you are starting a project or you are planning experiments. You need advice and / or help in bioinformatics and (bio-)statistics to design your experiment and analyze your data, or develop a specific software. Please submit a project here. Dedicated Hub members can be involved in your project from the beginning.
We will acknowledge your submission and contact you to define more precisely your needs, the time and the expertise needed to do the job and the Hub member(s) that will be involved. We have two types of projects, depending on the cumulative time needed to do it:
  • Short (less than 1 month),
  • Long (more than one month). Decisions concerning long projects are taken by the C3BI steering committee. This committee can make a decision on the fly, or ask to examine the project in more details during a formal meeting. The committee meets three times a year, usually in February, June and November.
Hub members involved in collaborative projects can be embedded in your unit if a close cooperation is needed for more efficiency. The rules to welcome a Hub member in your lab are described here.
You can have an overview of all the ongoing projects here.
All projects submitted to the HUB, since its creation, by the different Units of the campus


The Hub offers practical trainings on specific bioinformatics and (bio-)statistics topics throughout the year. These training sessions are open to all people from the Institut. You can access upcoming trainings as well as former ones here.

Software development

The Hub develops specific software on demand when existing tools do not fulfill the user’s needs. The Hub also provide tools to respond to recurrent requests. You can find all the tools developed within the Institut Pasteur on the dedicated page Tools.
Most of these tools are also available on Bioweb website.