Open group leader positions at the Montpellier Cell Biology Research Center (CRBM)
The CRBM (crbm.cnrs.fr) is a research institute located in Montpellier, in Southern France, internationally renowned in the fields of biochemistry and cell biology. The institute sits within a multidisciplinary campus of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). Research at the institute covers fundamental and translational aspects of biology, including:
Cell adhesion and signaling
Gene regulation and systems biology Bioinformatics and molecular modeling
The CRBM is recruiting new junior/senior group leaders for late 2018 – early 2019 to establish a world-class research program reinforcing these topics, in an interactive and supportive environment. All projects with the potential to synergize with CRBM topics will be considered, including interdisciplinary projects. We also welcome projects involving the computational modeling of cellular processes and the development of mass spectrometry based proteomic approaches related to the CRBM research topics.
Selected group leaders will receive laboratory space and access to a range of technological platforms, including a cutting-edge imaging facility hosted by CRBM (htpp://www.mri.cnrs.fr). Selected group leaders will be assisted in obtaining permanent tenured positions (CNRS, INSERM) and in securing funding through competitive grant calls.
CRBM is supported by the CNRS and the University of Montpellier. It is composed of 17 research groups, bringing together 170 staff members and students. CRBM interacts closely with CNRS biological institutes of the campus, IRIM and IGMM, bringing together 450 scientists. CRBM benefits from state-of-the-art platforms dedicated to imaging, proteomics, animal facilities (ascidians, zebrafish, xenopus laevis, and transgenic mice), deep sequencing and transcriptomics, FACS sorting, and histology through the Montpellier BioCampus network (htpp://biocampus.cnrs.fr). CRBM is part of the Montpellier Comprehensive Cancer center (Montpellier SIRIC) and of the I-SITE MUSE, and is affiliated to the French laboratory of Excellence Labex Epigenmed.
Montpellier is a dynamic and attractive Mediterranean city in an exceptional environment. It is home to many high quality research institutes, a vibrant student population and one of the world’s oldest medical schools.
Contact and applications
Applications should be sent to:
Applications should include a CV, a summary of achievements (1 page) and research project (2 pages). 3 reference letters should be sent separately.
The deadline for applications is February 28, 2018.
Short-listed candidates will be called for interviews in spring 2018.