On Tuesday 7 January 2020, the University of Strasbourg officially announced the 15 successful applications of the University of Strasbourg's ITI program. Most of the UMR 7021 teams are integrated into three ITIs:
- CSC (Interdisciplinary Institure for Chemistry of Complex Systems) – - for a period of 8 years (2021-2028) - concerns the Nanochemistry and Bioimaging team
- QMat (Interdisciplinary Institute for Quantum Sciences and Nanomaterials) - for a period of 8 years (2021-2028) - concerns the Biophotonics of Molecular and Cellular Interactions team.
- InBio (Interdisciplinary Institute for Integrative Biopharmaceutical and Biomedical Research) - for a period of 4 years (2021-2024) - concerns two teams: Biophotonics of molecular and cellular interactions and Tumoral signaling and therapeutic targets.
By launching the ITIs, the University of Strasbourg, in partnership with the CNRS and Inserm, is confirming a long-term policy in support of interdisciplinarity and strengthened link between training and research.