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Postdoctoral position – Morphological and genetic responses to actin-based deformations – Single nuclei on chip

Morphological and genetic responses to actin-based deformations – Single nuclei on chip We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher who wishes to work on an interdisciplinary project combining biology, technological development, and biophysics. The aim of the project is to decipher the control mechanisms of gene expression change and concomitant cell fate determination of …

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Postdoctoral position in cell biophysics and cancer – Mechanics of patient-derived glioblastoma cells

A postdoctoral position starting in October 2021 is available in the ‘Physics of living systems’ team within the ‘Matter and complex systems’ (MSC) laboratory at Université de Paris, to study the mechanical properties of tumour cells. The successful candidate will quantify the mechanical properties of clinically annotated primary patient-derived glioblastoma cells obtained from glioma banks …

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Postdoctoral Position-Exosome Fusion

Postdoc offer (two years contract)   The laboratory is looking for a biochemist/biophysicist to investigate fusion of extracellular vesicles with target membranes. The main project consists of developing an in vitro assay aiming at imaging the fusion event in real time. The candidate is expected to have expertise in fluorescence microscopy, biological and artificial membranes …

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Post-Doctoral position Institut Curie Goud & Vignjevic Labs

We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral scientist for a project 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. Context : The position is open for a joint project …

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PhD position in Cell-Biology/Bioinformatics

A VetAgroSup funded PhD position, starting November 2021, is available in the MNCA (Muscle nucleus and cytoskeleton architecture) team at the NeuroMyoGène Institute (INMG) in Lyon, France, to identify genetic variants associated with the development of hereditary cardiac disease common to humans and cats (HCM: hypertrophic cardiomyopathy) and to characterize in vitro the pathophysiological impact …