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Maître de Conférence à l’Université d’Evry

(profil de poste 4210)

Un poste de Maitre de Conférence est actuellement à pourvoir pour intégrer l’équipe de recherche de C. MARTINAT à ISTEM pour étudier les mécanismes impliqués dans le développement de maladies neuromusculaires à l’aide en autre de cellules souches pluripotentes humaines.
Les activités d’enseignement seront intégrées au département de Biologie au sein d’enseignements existants en licence et en master de Biologie, notamment dans les domaines de biologie cellulaire, biologie moléculaire et physiologie.

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Postdoctoral Researcher

The position is available for 3 years on the University of Dundee.

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Researcher to work in the laboratory of Dario Alessi in close collaboration with the group of Kei Sakamoto at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research, University of Copenhagen to identify protein phosphatases that act on the central energy sensor AMPK and its related kinase signalling pathway. The work will use similar approaches that have recently led to the discovery of the PPM1H phosphatase as an enzyme that counteracts the LRRK2 signalling network by dephosphorylating Rab proteins in Parkinson’s disease

Deadline for applications: Thu 06 Feb 2020

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
Biosciences Institute
Faculty of Medical Sciences

We are seeking a motivated Research fellow to join the Lako group at Bioscience Institute. The 3 year MRC funded project aims to use the patient specific PRPF8-iPSC model to understand how mutations in pre-mRNA splicing factor 8 (PRPF8) results in Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP). This work follows us from our work on PRPF31-RP (PMID: 30315276). The project is a collaboration between Lako’s group at Newcastle University with four other groups located at the University of Leeds, University of Durham, UCL London and Max Planck Institute in Gottingen.

A scientific background on pluripotent stem cell differentiation and retinal biology will be essential and applicants with record of accomplishment and expertise in eye and retinal development are preferred.
The post-holder will work under the direction of the principal investigator from 1st of April 2020 fulltime for 3 years on a fixed term contract.

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Positions Postdoctoral

We are looking for talented post-docs to work in the Gomes Lab at iMM-Lisbon funded by a 6 years European Research Council (ERC) Synergy Grant.

We will work together with Michael Way (the Francis Crick Institute, London) and Carolyn Moores (Birkbeck, London) to investigate the molecular, cellular and physiological diversity of the Arp2/3 complex.

Deadline for applications: February 15th, 2020.

How to apply:
Please send a cover letter and cv including major achievements to:

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Tenure Track Professorship on “Cellular Behavior in Natural and Synthetic Environments”

This is a position to start an independent research group in cell biology at the interface to engeering, physics, or material sciences.

Deadline for applications: January 15th, 2020.

How to apply
Please send a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a list of current research support, a summary of teaching experience, a research summary, an outline of future research interests and a list of references including contact information to Prof. Dr. E. Schiebel, Director of the ZMBH:

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PhD position offer in exercise therapy & chemotherapy at Northumbria University (UK)

There is a PhD studentship in exercise as a treatment for chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy in women with breast cancer available at Northumbria University (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) under the supervision of myself and Prof John Saxton. This will take place in the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences and is open available to UK/EU students.

Deadline for applications: Friday 24 January 2020.

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Postoctoral research associate position available now in the group of Dr. Robert Knight at King’s College London

The post holder will work on a project entitled ‘Polycomb repressor complex protein EZH2 regulation of muscle stem cell migration and differentiation’ and is funded for 15 months.

This post is to work on a BBSRC-funded grant to investigate the role of an important chromatin modifying protein in controlling muscle stem cells during regeneration in zebrafish. The post holder will investigate the importance of the Polycomb Repressor Complex protein EZH2 in regulation of chromatin packaging, gene expression and cytoskeleton dynamics in muscle stem cells.
Using live cell imaging, immunolabelling and gene manipulation the post holder will investigate how manipulation of Ezh2 function and candidate target genes regulates muscle stem cell responses during regeneration.
A crucial requirement of the post holder is to therefore be comfortable working both independently and in a team. Applicants must have experience in molecular cloning, have excellent live cell imaging skills (ideally of zebrafish) and have an interest in utilizing cutting edge genomics techniques to explore the epigenetic regulation of gene expression. Experience in computational approaches to image analysis is desirable.

If you are interested please contact Robert to discuss further on 020 7188 1798 or at:
Details of the post and how to apply may be found at: