Corinne Houart's education role spans across undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate degrees. She delivers numerous lectures on Developmental Biology, Neuroscience, Genetics and model organism research to UG year 2 and 3 students in Biomedical, Neuroscience and Physiotherapy. She supervises group and individual research projects for Year 3 undergraduates and offers MSc lab projects. She supervises on average 2 to 4 PhD students working in her lab. She is also an academic tutor, supporting directly 20-30 students each year.
Corinne has a very active role in international courses. She has taught and organised EMBO practical courses and directed for 6 years the MBL international summer course in Zebrafish Development and Genetics on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA, a course on which she still teaches each year.