Offres de poste

Le GIS FC3R recrute

Le GIS FC3R (French Center 3R) a été récemment créé comme référence et point de contact pour toutes les questions relatives aux 3R (remplacement, réduction, raffinement), dans la recherche animale publique comme privée. Ses membres sont l’Inserm, le CNRS, l’INRAE, l’Inria, le CEA, l’Institut Pasteur de Paris, la CPU et l’association Udice. Pour constituer son équipe, le FC3R recrute par voie de mobilité à l'Inserm, ou par mise à disposition de personnels des établissements partenaires du GIS par voie de mise à disposition un.e assistant.e de direction gestionnaire
Contact : Athanassia Sotiropoulos, directrice du GIS FC3R, athanassia.sotiropoulos@inserm.fr

Recruitment of a team leader at Institut Cochin, Paris, France

Institut Cochin is opening a position for a scientist wishing to establish his/her independent team.
Institut Cochin is a leading French Biological Research Center, affiliated with Inserm, CNRS and Université Paris Cité, and located on the campus of Cochin Hospital. Its 41 independent research groups focus on basic as well as translational research domains, corresponding to the following scientific axes: Cancer, Immunology, Metabolism-Endocrinology, Microbiology, and Genetic and Cellular Plasticity.
Details can be found in the flyer
Deadline for applications is January 27, 2023

Offre de mobilité  pour un poste de chercheur(e) en physiopathologie du développement

Localisée sur 2 sites (Montpellier et Toulouse), l’unité « Développement Embryonnaire, Fertilité et Environnement » développe des projets fortement en lien avec la clinique, susceptibles de conduire à des apports majeurs dans le domaine des biomarqueurs et de la physiopathologie de l’infertilité humaine. L’un des axes de recherche porte sur le développement et les fonctions de l'appareil génital masculin.
L’équipe Montpelliéraine souhaite intégrer un(e) scientifique intéressé(e) par prendre en charge le développement de cette recherche fondamentale et translationnelle en lien avec les cliniciens de l’équipe.
Plus d'information et conditions de candidature dans le flyer.

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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3-year post-doctoral position in cancer biology at the Bordeaux Institute of Oncology

Our project is focused on Hepatoblastoma (HB), the most common malignant liver tumor in children. Our recent data identified the FSCN1 gene, encoding Fascin-1, a new potential target in HB. We found that FSCN1 expression is significantly higher in the poorly differentiated HB subtype. Moreover, our in vitro approach revealed that Fascin-1 silencing is able to favor cellular differentiation of HB cells. Thus, based on these results, the project will address i) how Fascin-1 may sustain its effects in HB tumor cells and ii) whether Fascin-1 is an actionable ß- catenin target in HB.
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Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter summarizing research interests, professional experience, and career goals and the names of two referees to violaine.moreau@inserm.fr


Deadline for applications: December 9th, 2022

Post-doc position to study Cell Fate and Morphogenesis at Institut Curie, Paris

A 3-year post-doctoral position is available for a project in collaboration between the Group “Notch signaling in stem cells and tumors” directed by Silvia FRE and the Group “Polarity, Division and Morphogenesis” directed by Yohanns BELLAICHE in the Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology (UMR3215/U934) at Institut Curie in Paris, France.
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