Access to HSeT programs and learning activities.
The HSeT Foundation deals with organizations and institutions and is not an eLearning Services Provider for individuals. HSeT provides access to a wide array of learning programs and activities through special eTraining portals tailored to the organization needs.
If you are interested by our programs and activities please contact
- For general matters: Jean-Pierre Kraehenbuhl or call at +41 21 692 58 56.
- For issues related to immunology, vaccinology and microbiology: Nathalie Debard or call at +41 21 692 58 69.
- For issues related to laboratory methodology and pharmacology & toxicology: Michelle Rossier or call at +41 21 692 58 69.
How to contact us
We hope that this site has encouraged you to get to know us better. Feel free to contact us.
Ch. des Boveresses 155
CH - 1066 Epalinges
Tel +41 21 692 58 56
Click Imprint to see the legal address (for online payment).
The HSeT Foundation at
- Legal address: HSeT c/o Etude Carrard & Associés, Place St. François 1, 1003 Lausanne,
- Physical address Chemin des Boveresses 155, 1066 Epalinges Switzerland
offers training programs in Health Sciences.
Fees are requested for some courses and training programs. Fees can be paid online.
How to find us
Coming by car from Vevey, you exit the highway at "Lausanne-Vennes, hôpitaux".
You then turn on the right and follow the direction Berne, Moudon.
At the 1st stoplight called "Les Croisettes" you turn twice right and slightly below, on the right, you will see big, flat buildings with a chimney. The "Centre des Laboratoires d'Epalinges (CLE) main entrance is indicated by a blue placemark on the Get Direction.
By train from Geneva airport, you can take a direct train to Lausanne. The station is in the airport and there are 2 or 3 trains to Lausanne per hour.
By Metro from Lausanne rail station, you should take the metro (M2) to the end station "Les Croisettes". When getting out of the station follow the direction "sortie chemin des Boveresses". Then you will see the "Centre des Laboratoires d'Epalinges (CLE) on your right. It is in a complex of rather flat buildings with three round chimneys. The main entrance is indicated by a blue placemark on the map.