Targeting Microbiota 2022 will be held at Sorbonne Université

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Campus des Cordeliers - Sorbonne Université

15-21 rue de l'École-de-médecine
75006 Paris


About Campus des Cordeliers

Campus des Cordeliers

Discover a building established in the heart of Paris since the 13th century. In its origins, the building served as a convent and a large refectory was built there for more than a century. Following the many tensions linked to the French Revolution, the place became a commercial place where the refectory was divided to make room for many traders. In 1795, the State decided to install the Paris health school in the former convent.

The 19th century will mark many changes for the place which will be used in particular in the fields of teaching and research in medicine. In the 20th century, major rehabilitation programs will be carried out in order to restore the place.

Since 2015, the place has undergone an unprecedented restoration to accommodate conferences, the public but also accommodation for researchers.

It is in this place steeped in history, this place having known revolutions, world wars and other historical events that the congress will take place. This place is linked to the medical field, which adds a strong symbolism to our meeting!

A unique room of more than 200m2 completely renovated awaits you during these two days. The traditional charm of the place is preserved and will take you back to the past while combining modernity (play of light, lighting, sound)



 Access to Campus des Cordeliers

It is accessible by car and public transport:

  • Pedestrian access: 15, rue de l’École de Médecine –75006 Paris
  • Subway: Lines 4 or 10 (Odéon stop)
  • RER B: Saint-Michel or Luxembourg stations
  • RER C: Saint-Michel Station
  • Bus: (Rue des écoles or Odéon stop): Lines 38, 27, 58
  • Saesems parking stop: 21, rue de l’École de Médecine –75006 Paris, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


Campus des Cordeliers is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, near the Latin Quarter. It was founded in Paris thanks to the largesse of Saint-Louis. It was one of the highlights of the French Revolution. The refectory building, the only remaining of the original building, is classified as a historic monument.

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