A scientific crossroad

The Clinical Pharmacology Unit of ATC is located in Liège (Sart-Tilman), just close to the internationally renowned centers of excellence from the university and the hospital: 

CHU of Liège:

As a pluralistic and public hospital, the University Hospital of Liège aims at giving to all of its patients the highest quality services. It is the only hospital in Wallonia to be associated to a Medicine Faculty (full cycle).
The capacity of the hospital is of 925 accredited beds, over 3 specialized and complementary sites.
More info: http://www.chu.ulg.ac.be/jcms/r_127200/internet-accueil

ULg:

The University of Liège has a pluralistic vocation, an openness to today's political, social, technological and industrial realities and those of tomorrow. The university is actively involved in international and European research programs as well as in those facilitating the mobility of  students and researchers. Besides, the University of Liège is committed to the development of student centred learning.
More info: http://www.ulg.ac.be/cms/c_5000/accueil

 

CIRM (Interfaculty Drug Research Center) :

The CIRM is dedicated to support, within the University of Liège, research activities in the field of drug development in its various aspects (from the identification of new biological targets untill their clinical assessment).
More info: http://www.cirm-ulg.be/

 

GIGA (Interdisciplinary Group of Applied Genoproteomics):

Being located in the heart of the University of Liège (Belgium) and physically integrated within the CHU of Liège, the GIGA is a major pole of research and development for activities in biotech area.
This structure is unique in Belgium. Only a few similar centers in Europe have come so far in incorporating academic research, collaborations with companies, technology transfer centers and vocational training facilities. The novel concept of the GIGA (open laboratories, shared equipment) enhances multidisciplinarity and relies on a close collaboration between research and business.
More info: http://www.giga.ulg.ac.be/jcms/c_5015/accueil

 

CRC (Research Center of the Cyclotron):

Research conducted at the Cyclotron Research Center focuses on the biological basis of the cerebral processes in human using functional neuroimaging techniques: Positron Emission Tomography (PET), electroencephalography (EEG), Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, and a brand new 3-Tesla functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) system.
More info: http://www2.ulg.ac.be/crc/

 

CIP (Center for protein engineering):

The CIP aims at offering an integrated approach to the determination of the structure of proteins and to the analysis of their functional properties. Six closely interacting research groups constitute the framework of the Center.
More info: http://www.cip.ulg.ac.be/