Professeur en microbiologie

Type de poste
Niveau d'étude minimal
Dates
Durée du poste
Contrat renouvelable
Contrat non renouvelable
Date de prise de fonction
Date de fin de validité de l'annonce
Localisation
Nom de la structure d'accueil
Adresse

Batiment Pasteur
11, avenue Jean Capelle
69621 Villeurbanne Cedex
France

Contacts
Carole KNIBBE (Directrice département Biosciences)
William NASSER (Directeur laboratoire Microbiologie, Adaptation et Pathogénie)
Email du/des contacts
carole.knibbe@insa-lyon.fr
william.nasser@insa-lyon.fr
Description

The teaching duties will take place at the BioSciences engineering department, which offers two training courses: Bioinformatics and Modelling (BIM) and Biochemistry and Biotechnology (BB). https://biosciences.insa-lyon.fr
It will be centered on the study of microorganisms in an integrative framework.The candidate must be strongly trained in microbiology, molecular genetics, bioinformatics, in order to insert in a broad range of teaching duties at the Department (including doctoral training). The hired Professor will get strongly involved in the activities of the Department, with the future possibility to undertake the responsibility of the Microbiology ad Genetic engineering teaching platform.

Research: UMR5240 Microbiologie, Adaptation et Pathogénie
https://map.insa-lyon.fr
Research Field : Microbiology, Systems Biology, Bacterial chromosome engineering, Gene/metabolic networks, Gene regulation, Bioinformatics

The hired Professor will first rely on the team “Chromatin Structure and Regulation of Bacterial Pathogenesis (CRP)”, located inside the Pasteur building of INSA Lyon, in order to develop a research programme complementary to the present studies of this team. The objective of CRP is to propose an integrative vision of the regulation of gene expression in plant-pathogen interaction. Depending on the evolution of human resources and available space in the Pasteur building, the hired Professor may then create his/her own team or become team leader of CRP.
The hired Professor will develop an innovative project with a systems biology approach, aiming at:
- either studying the close interplay between the bacterial chromosome structure and the control of genetic expression, possibly including genome engineering or editing aspects.
- or rebuild metabolic and virulence regulation networks, in order to analyze the interplay between metabolism and virulence, and ultimately, develop a modelling of the infection dynamics of the pathogen, that integrates inter- and intra-organisms signaling processes during plant/pathogen interaction.
- any structuring project dedicated to strengthen the systems biology of plant pathogenic bacteria will be considered, even if not fulfilling the two previous items.
The candidate must have team management skills, as well as skills required for a systems biology project, in particular in genetic regulation, metabolic networks or functional genomics domains.

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