A centre that collaborates with the OMS for cyberhealth and telemedicine, the group working under Antoine Geissbuhler is at the origin of the RAFT project, which aims to use simple and resistant computer tools to facilitate communication and distance learning and thus be easily accessible to health professionals in developing countries. Antoine Geissbuhler and his team also aim to develop cyberhealth activities at a professional and citizen level. They also ensure the coordination of hospital and academic activities within the domain of medical informatics and cyberhealth.