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
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Call for Group Leaders at Institut Jacques Monod
The Institut Jacques Monod (IJM), a leading center for fundamental interdisciplinary research in biology located in Paris, is seeking to appoint at least two talented group leaders. The Institute is comprised of 30 international research groups working in the fields of biophysics, cell biology, development, evolution, genetics and genomics. The IJM is affiliated with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the Université de Paris.
Prior to their arrival at the IJM, successful applicants should have obtained a permanent position with the CNRS or the Université de Paris and have secured funding. The Institute will provide strong support and assistance with these applications to the successful candidates.
Candidates should provide the following information in a single pdf file: a cover letter explaining their motivation for joining the IJM; a document formatted using the application form comprising a C.V., a summary of scientific achievements, and proposed research program; and three reference letters.
Application and queries should be sent by e-mail to Dr. Michel Werner, the Institute Director (director(at)ijm.fr). The application should be received not later than 28 February 2021.
A PDF version of the call can be downloaded here.
Poste CDD 2 ans
L’Ingénieur(e) mettra en œuvre et assurera le fonctionnement d’une plateforme de collection d’embryons humains donnés à la recherche sur 2 sites.
En outre, il/elle mettra en œuvre les actions qualité pour une structure et assurer la bonne exécution des procédures.
Lieu : Service de Biologie de la Reproduction – CECOS, Hôpital Antoine Béclère (Clamart) et Hôpital Cochin (Paris), en alternance une année par site
Plus d'informations ICI.
Contact : Prs Nelly Achour-Frydman et Catherine Patrat; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
ANR-funded Postdoctoral position available at Marseille Medical Genetics, Marseille, France
A postdoctoral position is available in the team led by Frédérique Magdinier on muscle tissues engineering.
Our team is interested in modeling skeletal muscle differentiation and diseases using pluripotent stem cells. In collaboration with the Lasers Plasma and Photonic Processes laboratory (LP3, UMR 7341 CNRS-Aix Marseille University- AMU), we are developing an interdisciplinary project aimed at applying high resolution laser-assisted bioprinting and surface structuration for engineering skeletal muscle tissue using human induced pluripotent stem cells.
The position is funded by ANR for 18 months. Further extension is possible. To apply, please send: curriculum vitae, motivation letter and the names/contact information of 2/3 referees to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for application is April 1rst 2021.
Download the full profile HERE.
Post-doctoral position, Vision Institute Paris, Xavier Nicol's lab "Mechanisms of sensory map development"
Our group investigates the cellular and molecular mechanisms wiring neuronal networks with special interest in the visual system. 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. We use multiple experimental approaches including the use of FRET biosensors, TIRF imaging, optogenetics, in utero electroporation and light sheet microscopy. This experimental diversity enables to carry out investigations both in vitro to reach a high spatio-temporal resolution and in vivo to investigate the wiring of an intact nervous system.
The position is funded for 2 years starting early 2021 and further extension is possible. Applications (deadline January 31, 2021) should be sent to Xavier Nicol (email@example.com) and should include a statement of research accomplishments and interests, a CV and the contact information of three references.
Download the full profile HERE.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org . There is no deadline for application.