Who we are in short

guillemets When trying to Push back the frontiers of knowledge, we aim to overcome the barriers imposed by technology. Within our own laboratories, there are many barriers between the actors in our research community and they should be the first to be abolished.


It is with this in mind that I have taken over the management of the TRI-Genotoul network: Promoting collective work and the pooling of resources, making it possible to transcend the barriers between public and private actors. This is the guarantee that our shared platforms remain at the forefront of techniques and skills. guillemets


Olivier Gadal, Scientific director

The IBiSA-approved T.R.I. imaging network comprises 8 technical core facilities, over 30 work stations, and 40 engineers and technicians, all at your service. The network is certified ISO 9001:2008 since January 2010, and is also certified according to the new NF X50-900 standard since February 2014.

France Bioimaging IBISA NFX-50-900 ISO 9001

The network joins together scientific and technical competences with cutting-edge equipments, required for all scientific projects in the life sciences through the following techniques:

Light microscopy

Electron microscopy


Electron microscopy

Cytometry /cell sorting


cytométers and cell sorting

“Each core facility, in addition to basic equipment and know how, develops unique specificities that are complementarity to the other ones. Some of these core facilities offer technologies that are unique in France or in Europe.”


Executive team

Jacques Rouquette

Jacques Rouquette

Cecile Pouzet

Cécile Pouzet

Olivier Gadal

Olivier Gadal

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