M2 Predective and Integrative Animal Biology
PRIAM (Predictive and Integrative Animal Biology) is not a study path: it is an M2.
A typical study path, if such there be, would be BIP-Animal M1 followed by the PRIAM M2.
Students are trained in applied animal sciences through an integrative approach to biology that mainly encompasses genetics, physiology and behaviour.
Become proficient in using bioinformatics and biostatistics tools related to the previous learning outcome.
Learn to model biological processes at various levels of spatio-temporal distribution
Adopt the scientific methodology and actively prepare for further studies in a laboratory context.
Learn the issues surrounding animals (for breeding, in the wild, as pets) and prepare for employment in the relevant sectors
First year of an accredited Master's degree in biology or equivalent at Master's level (Bac +4) or accredited veterinary studies diploma Entry profile: Undergraduate studies in general biology, preferably including elements of academic training in animal biology. Keen interest in animal science and motivation to work in the discipline.
Build an advanced disciplinary knowledge base in animal biology.
Employ integrative approaches in order to make optimal use of multidisciplinary inputs to animal sciences.
Conduct an experimental research project alone, in a small group or in a team, with rigour and creativity.
Apply fundamental research techniques to specific cases.
Be able to incorporate ethical questions and societal demands into a research project that involves animals.
Be able to think critically when tackling a diversity of scientific information sources.
Mostly doctoral programmes in biology or in animal sciences.
Further study (Master 2 or veterinary)
Further doctoral studies (research professions), mainly in the broad field of animal biology.
Preparation for veterinary studies
Companies in the animal industry (particularly Nutrition / Food)
Companies in the genetic/breeding industries
Conservation biology sectors.
Génétique Animale et Biologie Intégrative
Biologie du Développement et Reproduction
Modélisation Systémique Appliquée aux Ruminants.
Le semestre 1 est composé d'une séquence d'introduction de 3 UEs obligatoires, d'un tronc commun de 5 UEs Obligatoires, d'un projet personnel d'une UE de projet scientifique obligatoire, et de 3 séquence d'UEs à choix optionnel.
|Principles and methods in animal genetics||1|
|Biostatistics, models and software||2|
|Animal experiment, ethics and good practices in biology||2|
|Quantitative and statistical genetics||3|
|Modeling from organs to herd and resource allocation||4|
|Integrative analysis of reproduction||2|
|Genetic diversity and population management||3|
|Precision livestock management: application of quantitative biology and predictive models||1|
|Advanced animal genetics||1|
Curriculum EU (description of the units of education followed) of the last two years.
All transcripts of the years / semesters validated since the high school diploma at the date of application.
Choice sheet of M2 (obligatory for the candidates registered in M1 at the University Paris-Saclay) to download on https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/admission/apply-master-programmes.
VAP file (obligatory for all persons requesting a valuation of the assets to enter the diploma).
Referring contact information (compulsory for non-international applicants).
Letter of recommendation from a trainee.(Letter of recommendation from an internship supervisor)
Certificate of English level (compulsory for non-English speakers).(English language level certificate B2 : IELTS score 5.5/6.5 ; TOEIC > 785 (C1>945) ; TOEFL IBT score 72/94 ; Cambridge FCE A or B grade ; or any equivalent official test.)
Certificate of French (compulsory for non-French speakers).(Level B1 : Non native french speakers, a knowledge certificate issued by the French Embassy or a French language center. Students holding a French diploma or a diploma instructed in French are exempt from that obligation)