We are looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic scientist to join our research team on a project in the fields of mouse genetics, Diabetes and reprogramming. The major focus of our group is the characterization of the molecular mechanisms of pancreatic cell transdifferentiation using the mouse as a model. The project would focus on a drug inducing insulin-producing cell regeneration.
The position is available and runs for 2.5 years (could be extended).
The successful candidate would hold a relevant PhD degree in Molecular/Cellular/Developmental Biology or a similar field. Interest or previous experience in mouse handling, diabetes is desired. Working language in the group and the department is English and therefore good English communication skills are essential.
We expect high motivation and commitment, a competitive scientific productivity and ability to work under pressure. What we could offer are very well equipped laboratories with up-to date scientific environment, a range of interesting projects and an excellent working and social atmosphere within the group and the department.
The salary is according to the rules of French public service.
Please submit your application electronically (using ‘Postdoctoral application’ as subject) as a single PDF file consisting of a CV, motivation letter, and desirably marks from the studies, and recommendation letter(s) from previous supervisor(s) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information: http://collombat.com
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