Open position at CIML...
Ingénieur en expérimentation et instrumentation biologiques
Dans le laboratoire de Bernard et Marie MALISSEN, le poste est à pourvoir dès Septembre 2018 avec un premier contrat d’une année renouvelable pour une durée totale de 3 ans
Postdoctoral position available in the « pathogen/host cell interactions » team
Our team is seeking a postdoctoral research associate to investigate the Role of Peyer’s patch phagocytes in mucosal immunity and gut homeostasis
Applicants should have a PhD for less than 2 years with good skills in mucosal immunology and microbiology. Knowledge of bioinformatics would be appreciated. The project will require a wide variety of techniques including flow cytometry, scRNA-seq, microbiology, confocal microscopy and animal experimentation.
Post-doctoral fellows and PhD students positions
April 2018, The laboratory of dendritic cell biology at CIML is recruiting post-doctoral fellows and Ph. D students to work on autophagy, ER stress and immunity
Applications can be addressed to: Philippe PIERRE, and Evelina GATTI, More information
Three-Year Funded Post-Doctoral Position in Systems-Level T cell Immunology
The team ‘Genetic dissection of the function of T cells and dendritic cells’ at Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy (CIML) wishes to recruit a highly motivated Associate Research Fellow to decode at systems-level the functional crosstalk that exists between the TCR, costimulators and coinhibitors. This position is available for 36 months, with the possibility of extension for a further year, and needs to start between November 2017 and June 2018.
Contact Bernard MALISSEN,
Bioinformatics Engineer (M/F) « single-cell RNAseq »
Assistant Engineer (Lab manager)
Animal experimentation/molecular biology/cellular biology/microscopy
Computational biologist position
" GENOMICS OF MACROPHAGE SELF RENEWAL AND REGENERATIVE FUNCTIONS"
A computational biologist position is available in the Sieweke laboratory to study the transcriptional mechanisms and epigenetic changes associated with macrophage functions during regeneration and degenerative disease.
The position is available in the context of a five-year ERC funded project and is open immediately and candidates will be considered until it is filled.
Contact Michael Sieweke or Karin Geiser , More information
ERC-Funded Post-Doctoral position- Immunobiology of Stromal Cells
Marc BAJENOFF's laboratory
This position is available for 24 months, with the possibility of extension for a further year, with a flexible starting date in fall/winter 2016. More information