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The i-Bio PhD Program offers 4 PhD positions in Biology with interdisciplinary approaches

The i-Bio program builds on the cutting-edge interdisciplinary research developed at Sorbonne University and offers a wide range of interdisciplinary research topics. Beside their work in the lab, PhD students will benefit from a variety of educational programs, top quality research facilities, training initiatives, international partnerships and conferences. They will be affiliated to one of …

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Post-doctoral position – Cellular protrusions & metastasis: from an intravascular perspective

The Goetz Lab at INSERM U1109 (Tumor Biomechanics, www.goetzlab.com) is seeking a talented postdoctoral scientist with background in Cell Biology, Cancer Biology or Biophysics and interest in interdisciplinary research. Our lab uses advanced imaging techniques (such as intravital microscopy, correlative electron microscopy and high-speed imaging) coupled to microfluidics and zebrafish models to study tumor metastasis …

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EuReCa PhD Program – 12 PhD positions in September 2021 at Institut Curie (COFUND)

Institut Curie is recruiting 12 PhD students through its international program called EuReCa (Europe, Resarch & Care). This program, part funded by the European Commission’s MSCA COFUND scheme, provides PhD students with a 3-year doctoral contract, a high level interdisciplinary, inter-sectorial, as well as international training and coaching sessions with personalized career development plans, secondments …

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Post-doctoral position in the Dumont group “Cell Division and Reproduction”

An ERC-funded 3-year post-doctoral position is available in the Dumont group at the Institut Jacques Monod (IJM, https://www.ijm.fr/593/equipes/division-cellulaire-et-reproduction.htm) in Paris (FR). Our lab studies the mechanisms of cell division and chromosome segregation during meiosis and mitosis. The post-doc project aims to study holocentric chromosome segregation in oocytes. Our lab uses advanced imaging techniques (such as …

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The Cell Biology of Coronaviruses – Virtual Meeting – January 28th, 2021

The SBCF is organizing the First “Cell Biology of Coronaviruses” Virtual meeting on January 28th, 2021. The goal of this meeting is to federate researchers who applied their expertise in cell biology to better characterize Coronaviruses, with a particular focus on SARS-CoV-2. In the context of this worldwide pandemics, the French Society for Cell Biology …