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Engineer/Post-doctoral position in centromere biology

The centromere is a complex structure made of repetitive DNA and proteins necessary for cell division. The preservation of centromere position and function is a crucial challenge for cells in order to maintain a correct chromosome karyotype following cell division. Despite recent progress in understanding the assembly and the regulation of centromeres at the protein …

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2nd Mechanobiology meeting: when Physics meets Biology

2nd Mechanobiology meeting: when Physics meets Biology July 7-13, 2019 Quy Nhon, Vietnam https://www.icisequynhon.com/conferences/2019/mechanobiology/ This conference will provide a unique opportunity to advance knowledge and understanding in the area of force-sensing in biology. Topics to cover include the fundamentals, recent advances and emerging issues related to mechanobiology. This field intrinsically implies interdisciplinary approaches combining biology …

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Conference on Mechanotransduction of Host-Pathogen Interactions

The ITMO “Immunology, Inflammation, Infectiology and Microbiology“  and the ITMO “Cell Biology, development and Evolution” are co-organizing  the symposium on “Mechanotransduction of Host-Pathogen Interactions”, to be held in Paris, France, on December 17th, 2018, under the auspices of the alliance Aviesan This conference will focus on different aspects of mechanotransduction involved in processes designed or hijacked by bacteria and …

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Post-doc position in EV biology and Membrane traffic

Post-doc position in EV biology Study of the secretion of a novel subpopulation of extracellular vesicles We are looking for a motivated post-doctoral scientist to join the research team “Membrane Dynamics & Viruses” (MDV) headed by Raphael Gaudin, part of the IRIM UMR 9004 – CNRS research institute, Montpellier, France. Our lab is interested in …

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Developmental and Cell Biology of the future

  The ITMO of Cellular Biology, Development and Evolution (BCDE) and the societies of Cell and Developmental Biology (SBCF and SFBD) are pleased to announce their meeting: Developmental and Cell Biology of the Future This meeting will cover the most recent advances in key aspects of developmental and cell biology. The main aim of the …