NOUVELLE OFFRES

Recherche un(e) ingénieur(e) d'études

L'équipe "Biologie des Parasites Apicomplexes" recrute un(e) ingénieur(e) d'études sur un contrat CDD d'un an renouvelable. Le candidat aura pour mission de participer au projet ANR DualTargApi portant sur la recherche de nouveaux antipaludiques permettant le traitement et le contrôle de la malaria.

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Biological Technician

Technicien/ Technicienne en biologie (CDD 18 24 mois - temps plein)

L’ quipe Mechanobiologie des interactions h te-microbe (M&M), recherche un ou une technicienne pour soutenir ses activit s de recherche.
Ce groupe est soutenu par un financement ATIP-Avenir CNRS, la M tropole Europ enne de Lille (MEL), le r seau Pasteur et fait partie du Centre d’infection et d’immunit de Lille (CIIL) au sein de l’Institut Pasteur de Lille.
Les activit s de recherche sont centr es sur (1) l’ tude des forces physiques dans les processus infectieux et (2) sur le d veloppement de nouveaux mod les d’ tudes in vitro/ex vivo bas s sur la microfluidique (organ on chip) visant remplacer les mod les animaux dans une d marche 3R.

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OFFRE SUR LES RÉSEAUX

Technicien H/F en gestion financière et comptable (LILLE)

OFFRES POSTDOC

 

Post-doctoral position in mechanobiology and host-pathogen interactions

The team Mechanobiology of Host-Microbe Interactions (MOHMI) is recruiting a young post-doctoral researcher to investigate the mechanobiology of Shigella infection.

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Post-doctoral position in organ on chip and human stem cells

The team Mechanobiology of Host-Microbe Interactions (MOHMI) is recruiting a young post-doctoral researcher to develop new organ on chip systems based on human induced pluripotent stem cells.

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Two postdoctoral positions (one senior & one junior) in antibiotics discovery are open at Institut Pasteur de Lille

Postdoc positions are open in the Centre of Infection and Immunity of Lille at the Institut Pasteur de Lille.

The candidates will conduct research in collaboration with the TB experts of the CIIL (A. Baulard, P. Brodin, R. Hartkoorn, Ph. Supply, C. Locht), in association with a large national consortium of 9 laboratories and more than 50 experts, developing a set of highly innovative and synergistic antibiotic molecules targeting M. tuberculosis.

This project called Mustart (Multiparametric Strategies against Antibiotic Resistance in Tuberculosis) is supported by the French program “Investments for the Future” .

Mustart is seeking for a senior postdoc researcher able to synergize the scientific activities of the various partners, with guidance and support of Dr Alain Baulard (Up to 4-year contract). Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular biology, biomedical engineering or related areas. A strong expertise in molecular and cellular microbiology is mandatory. Previous experience in mycobacteriology would obviously be a plus.

The Mustart project is also recruiting a junior postdoc researcher (2½ - year contract) with a Ph.D. in biochemistry or in molecular biology. Experience in DNA cloning and recombineering in mycobacteria is a major asset.

Our lab, located at the Institut Pasteur de Lille has unlimited access to state-of-the-art imaging, omics, biophysics, HTS-HCS, ADME and BSL3 facilities. We offer a nice working place in a multicultural, diverse and dynamic academic environment. Lille is a vibrant city in the north of France, strategically located in the heart of Europe (1hr from Paris, London or Brussels).

Applicants are invited to submit a Curriculum Vitae, including list of publications, a short description of present research and contact information of three referees to: recrutement_pasteur_lille and Alain Baulard.

Post-doctoral position at the Center for Infection and Immunity of Lille, Institut Pasteur de Lille

A post-doctoral position is available in the Center for Infection and Immunity of Lille, Team “Influenza, Immunity, Metabolism”, to work on the influence of aging in disease severity during respiratory viral (influenza) infection. Understanding the biological mechanisms underlying the greater susceptibility of the elderly is essential for developing preventive and therapeutic strategies. A major focus will be placed on cellular senescence. This program is funded by the ANR.

Work will involve development and application of advanced immunological and molecular technics, microbiology and animal experimentation (NSB2). The appointment will be for 12 months (from April 2022) with possible extension.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Biology/Immunology and should have a demonstrated record of significant scientific accomplishments at the graduate or postgraduate level. The candidate should be comfortable working with mice (manipulation certificate requested) and must be able to work independently. Interested applicants should send a letter explaining why they are interested in this position, the curriculum vitae, the publication list and the names of (at least) two referees by email to Francois Trottein