Post-doc / IR

diversité virale chez des insectes ravageurs

Contrat Post-Doctoral - Equipe Dynamique des interactions Densovirus Insectes - Laboratoire Diversité Génomes Interactions Microorganismes Insectes (DGIMI) - Université de Montpellier

Nous recherchons un-e candidat-e post-doctorant-e pour étudier la diversité virale chez des insectes ravageurs.
Ce poste est à pourvoir au 1er avril 2019 et durera 2 ans. Les candidats doivent posséder un doctorat en biologie, bioinformatique. Une expérience préalable en métagénomique virale serait un atout. Anglais courant requis.


The open position is in line with recent developments and an effort to strengthen the interface between immunology, single-cell technologies and bioinformatics. The postdoctoral fellow will be cosupervised by Sebastian Amigorena, director of the “Immunity and Cancer” Unit at the Institut Curie, and Prof. Andrew Griffiths, director of the Laboratory of Biochemistry (LBC) at the ESPCI.

Post-doc Position in Data Intensive Approaches to Address Antimicrobial Resistance

We are looking for a motivated post-doc to work on an innovative project about understanding molecular determinants of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in non-tubercular mycobacteria & subsequently other priority pathogens.

You will specifically focus on:

(i) developing bioinformatics/statistics methods to create marker panels for mycobacteria and genotype-phenotype correlation studies for multi-drug resistance.

(ii) multi-omic disease network analysis to understand emergence of AMR.

Optimization of MD simulations and computation of NMR shifts using Machine Learning Methods

A Postdoctoral position at the CEA Saclay / LSDRM in Solid State NMR and DFT-Molecular Modeling is available

A one-year postdoctoral position is available in the LSDRM group ( at CEA Saclay (20 km south-west of Paris) on a project funded by a French national agency ANR (…)

Création d’un microscope automatisé utilisant l’apprentissage profond

Le projet Roboscope se veut une avancée révolutionnaire pour les microscopes à fluorescence, qui sont devenus l’outil de base pour la recherche en sciences du vivant. Il s’agit de rendre les microscopes intelligents, c’est-à-dire capables de comprendre ce qu’il se passe en temps réel dans l’échantillon pour adapter en conséquence les paramètres de l’acquisition des images.

Postdoctoral position in Mathematical modeling in Network Biology

This position is in the context of a funded Amidex project.
It is known that the immune system is altered with aging. This project aims to characterize molecular
pathways deregulated in hematopoietic aging and related diseases. We propose to use a system
biology approach to decipher and understand the different mecanisms of regulation, focusing on the
hematopoietic stem cell/stromal cell cross-talk that are known to evolve during aging and favor agerelated
hematopoietic disorders.