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3-year postdoc in Marseille (Kodjabachian’s team-IBDM)

Multiscale organization of ciliated epithelia     The Kodjabachian lab at the Institute of Developmental Biology of Marseille (IBDM) is seeking a talented postdoctoral scientist with strong background in Cell and/or Developmental Biology, and a keen interest in integrative quantitative biology and interdisciplinary research. Our lab uses advanced imaging techniques (such as confocal videomicroscopy, super-resolution …

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Raposo Lab – 2 years Post-doctoral position in Cell Biology of Human Skin Pigmentation

Cells sense their environment, communicate with each other and coordinate their intracellular functions to support tissue physiology. In the epidermis, the cellular and molecular bases of Human skin color and protection against solar radiations relies on two epidermal cells, melanocytes and keratinocytes. Overall, the post-doctoral project aims at characterizing how intercellular communication instructs the intracellular …

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Post-doc offer : Aluminium and Antigen Adjuvants: Cellular Pathway and Impact of their Physicochemistry

The Laboratory of Bioimaging and Pathologies, CNRS-UMR 7021, University of Strasbourg, France is seeking a highly motivated postdoc for an interdisciplinary research project on the cellular fate of antigens absorbed on aluminium gels used as vaccines. Aluminum-based adjuvants (ABA) are added to antigens (Ag) to enhance their immune response. Each year ABA containing vaccines are …

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Actin-based mechanosensation and force generation in health and disease

Dear Colleagues, We would like to bring your attention to a UNIA/EMBO workshop on Actin and Mechanotransduction that we are organising this coming November (11 – 13) in the lovely town of Baeza, in the South of Spain. We believe that the program is very attractive, with many great researchers. The workshop is limited to …

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30ème Colloque “Canaux Ioniques”

The 30th French Ion Channel Meeting will be held in Sète, near Montpellier (South of France), from 8th to 11th September 2019. We are very pleased to propose a multifaceted and highly interesting scientific program. In particular, a special plenary lecture given by Anne Feltz (Institute of Biology of Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris), entitled “30 years of ion channel history” …