Offres de poste

Call for Group Leaders at Saints-Pères Paris Institute for the Neurosciences (SPPIN)

The SPPIN (CRNS UMR8003) is a group of research teams on the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Campus of Paris University, located on the left bank, in the very heart of Paris, in the attractive 6th arrondissement We are seeking several outstanding new research teams in the area of molecular and cellular neuroscience.
We are currently looking for several candidates:

  • established CNRS research teams who wish to relocate ,

  • CNRS researchers that would like to grow into independence and form their own team,

  • young, talented researchers (with no restriction on citizenship or nationality), who seek kick-off funding from the ATIP/Avenir Programme or dispose of an equivalent support from other organizations

Download the flyer for more info and for indication on how to apply.

Technicians, engineers positions

Ingénieur de recherche en biologie cellulaire, Strasbourg

CDD 2 ans, démarrage Janvier 2022
Thème de recherche : Mécanisme du transport de la leptine dans les tanycytes.
Équipe « trafic membranaire intracellulaire dans les systèmes nerveux et neuroendocrines » localisée à l’Institut des Neurosciences Cellulaires et Intégratives (INCI - UPR CNRS 3212, Strasbourg)
Plus d'information ici.
Contacts : Stéphane Gasman et Stéphane Ory : gasman@unistra.frory@unistra.fr

Assistant.e Ingénieur.e en biologie (INEM, Paris)

CDD 12 mois avec renouvellement possible.
Vous serez intégré.e à une équipe internationale pour mener à bien le projet faisant partie d’un programme de recherche financé par les subventions Européennes et nationales. Le but de ce projet est de découvrir comment les voies de détection des nutriments contrôlent le métabolisme dans les cellules et quel impact elles peuvent avoir sur les maladies humaines.
Plus d'information ici.


Post-doc position at the Institute of Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Paris in Thierry Galli's team

The position is for 2 years.
The candidate must have defended his/her Ph.D. thesis in 2019, 2020 or 2021.
The postdoctoral researcher will conduct biochemical and cell biological experiments aimed at characterizing the interactome of a protein involved in membrane trafficking using BioID, co-immunoprecipitation, and confocal microscopy. The project is a collaboration with a biotech and the candidate will be involved part-time at the company.
Deadline for application is December 20, 2021
Contact: Thierry Galli: thierry.galli@inserm.fr
More details and application HERE.

Post-doc position at Institut Curie, Paris

Joint project between the teams “Molecular mechanisms of intracellular transport” (Bruno Goud) and “Cell invasion and migration” (Danijela Vignjevic), aiming to understand the role of membrane traffic in the directional migration of epithelial cells in gut homeostasis. 
The position is funded for an initial period of 18 months and is available from January 2022.
Download the flyer here.
Interested candidates should address to Bruno Goud (bruno.goud@curie.fr) and Danijela Vignjevic (Danijela.vignjevic@curie.fr), a cover letter summarizing their scientific skills, training, and accomplishments as well as their future goals, a CV, and contact information for three references.

Post-doc opportunity in the Lavieu lab (2 years)

The laboratory is looking for a biochemist/biophysicist to investigate fusion of extracellular vesicles with target membranes.
The lab is located at Université de Paris (Campus Saint-Germain des Prés).
For more info, contact Grégory Lavieu (gregory.lavieu@inserm.fr) or Stéphanie Mangenot (stephanie.mangenot@u-paris.fr).

ERC-Funded Post-doc Position in Nutrient sensing and metabolism, Paris, France

We are looking for a motivated postdoc to join the Panasyuk Lab at the Institute Necker Enfants Malades at INSERM U1151, Paris, France to contribute to the project that aims to decipher the role of class 3 PI3K in governing whole body metabolic balance.
See the complete profile HERE.
To apply, please send to ganna.panasyuk@inserm.fr a single PDF file with following information: a CV, a brief motivation letter outlining your previous experience and your research interest in joining our team, as well as the name and contact details of at least two academic references. There is no deadline for application.

Post-doctoral position in "Glial plasticity and neuro-oncology" team, Neuroscience Paris Seine

We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral scientist for developing original approaches combining bioinformatics and experimental cell biology aimed at uncovering novel insights in the molecular basis of brain cancer cell behavior. The position is funded for an initial period of 2 years and available from October 2021.
Download the job description here.
Interested candidates should address to Dr. Marie-Pierre Junier (marie- pierre.junier@inserm.fr) and to Dr. Hervé Chneiweiss (herve.chneiweiss@inserm.fr):

  1. A cover letter summarizing their scientific skills, training and accomplishments as well as their future goals,
  2. A up-to-date CV,
  3. Contact information for three references

Post-doctoral position in Zurzolo team, Pasteur Institute Paris

Assessing the Presence and Functionality of Tunneling Nanotubes in Zebrafish embryos.
The position is open immediately and is funded for two years (possibly extensible) by the Equipe FRM granted to Prof. Chiara Zurzolo.
Download the job description here.
Candidates should apply by sending a CV, a motivation letter as well as the name and contact details of at least two academic references to chiara.zurzolo@pasteur.fr 

Post-Doctoral position at the Institut de la Vision in the Department of Developmental Biology

The Nicol lab at the Vision Institute (Paris, France) is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join the Mechanisms of sensory map development team.
The candidate will join a project aiming at understanding how the subcellular compartmentation of second messenger signals influences the remodeling of cell adhesion in developing axons and controls the wiring of retinal axons into the brain. 
See the detailed job profile.
The position is funded for 2 years starting late 2021 and further extension is possible.
Applications should be sent to Xavier Nicol (xavier.nicol@inserm.fr) and should include a statement of research accomplishments and interests, a CV and the contact information of three references.

Post-doc position at Institut Cochin: Dissecting signals controlling functional pancreatic endocrine cell mass

Diabetes is one of the main health challenges. To bring advanced therapies, more needs to be learned on pancreatic endocrine cells in physiological conditions and during diabetes. In this context, the objective of the project is to define the role of new signals that modulate functional pancreatic endocrine cell mass.
The candidate will use human beta cell lines, FACS purified endocrine cell populations and fetal tissues as models. The program will involve interactions with national and international consortia such as REVIVE (French ANR), ISLET (H2020) and INNODIA (EU-IMI).
See the detailed job profile.
Beginning: Summer/autumn 2021. 2 years contract that can be renewed up to 5 years “according to profile”.
Contact: Raphael Scharfmann: raphael.scharfmann@inserm.fr

ERC-Funded Post-doc Position in Cellular Neurobiology, Grenoble, France

Deciphering the Role of Huntingtin in Energy Supply for Axonal Transport in Health and Huntington’s Disease
See the complete profile HERE.
Candidates should apply by sending a CV, a brief outline of current research, scientific interests and career goals, as well as the name and contact details of at least two academic references to frederic.saudou@inserm.fr. There is no deadline for application.

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