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09/2017 Postdoctoral position available in the “Initiation of Epithelial Cancers” group at the Institut Pasteur de Lille

Postdoctoral position available in the “Initiation of Epithelial Cancers” group at the Institut Pasteur de Lille Applications are invited for a two-year postdoctoral position in the “Initiation of Epithelial Cancers” team headed by Corinne Abbadie at the Institut Pasteur de Lille, France (http://umr8161.cnrs.fr/equipe1/). The recruited scientist will work on the SENHEAL project which will be conducted in collaboration with the Mathias Chamaillard team at the Institut Pasteur de Lille (...)

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09/2017 post-doc in Bath to work on combs

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research associate position at the Department of Physics, University of Bath. The successful applicant will play a key role in the development of theory and numerical simulations of generation of optical frequency combs in the whispering microresonators with a variety of nonlinear and gain materials. The successful candidate will have an excellent research record in one or more of the following : computational photonics, nonlinear photonics, (...)

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09/2017 Post-doc/Research Engineer position at Institut Curie « Analyzing and modeling the spatiotemporal dynamics of genomic loci in mES cells »

Project : The Dahan lab (Laboratoire Physico Chimie, Institut Curie) is seeking to recruit a post-doc (or research engineer) interested in developing and applying computational and modelling tools to analyze the dynamics of genomic loci in mouse embryonic stem cells. The work will be based on imaging data already available in the host lab coming from cells having multiple random insertions of gene arrays or from CRISPR-edited cell lines with tagged loci at specific genomic positions. In (...)

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09/2017 Postdoctoral position in biophotonics Optical microscopy for 3D cellular imaging in microfluidics chip

The Technologies for biology and health department of CEA-LETI in Grenoble proposes a postdoctoral position to develop an optical microscopy system coupled with microfluidic devices for the ex vivo characterization of vascularized tissues. Though still confronted with multiple challenges, regenerative medicine (tissue reconstruction) offers many promises for the future. One of the current limitations remains the tissue vascularization. Ex vivo, this development requires the use of (...)

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09/2017 Development of a bimodal Brillouin/Raman microscope for biological tissue characterization

The Laboratory of Physics of Cytoskeleton and Morphogenesis (LPCV) at CEA Grenoble has an opening for setting up and characterizing a novel bioimaging modality combining Brillouin and Raman Spectroscopy. This is an interdisciplinary project between LPCV and the Laboratory of Imaging and Acquisition Systems (LISA) of CEA Grenoble. Brillouin microscopy allows non-invasive measurements of the visco-elastic properties of cells and tissue on the micrometer scale, while Raman microscopy gives (...)

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09/2017 Post-doc position : Development of a cell analysis algorithm for lens-free microscopy

The Laboratory of Imaging and Acquisition Systems (LISA) at CEA Grenoble has an opening for setting up a cell analysis algorithm. At CEA-Leti we have validated a video-lens-free microscopy platform by performing thousands of hours of real-time imaging observing varied cell types and culture conditions (e.g. : primary cells, human stem cells, fibroblasts, endothelial cells, epithelial cells, 2D/3D cell culture, etc.). And we have developed different algorithms to study major cell functions, (...)

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09/2017 3D super-resolved imaging of interstitial spaces in embryos Joint Post Doc SINGAPORE-IINS Bordeaux.

The Mechanobiology Institute in Singapore (Unite Mixte CNRS) and the IINS are looking for postdoctoral candidates. The project involves super resolution imaging in 3D of the interstitial spaces between cells in developing drosophila and Zebra Fish embryos. The project is part of a large consortium that aims at creating a map of the diffusion properties of a few morphogenes at different stages of the embryonic development. The project involves quantitative dynamic imaging and modeling. The (...)

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10/2017 Machine learning for embedded classification of plankton images on the OCTOPUS underwater sensor

General context and objectives The BRIDGES project1 (European Horizon 2020 program) aims at developing a deepunderwater glider (down to 6000m) and proposing sensors adapted to different uses of this vector : measurement of biogeochemical variables, underwater prospection for mining, evaluation of underwater diversity, etc. The Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche2 (LOV) has more than 25 years of experience in developing imaging sensors for the exploration of planktonic diversity and (...)

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10/2017 Postdoctoral position is open within H2020 project SmartNanoTox focusing on lifetime analysis with superresolution microscopy 2PE/STED FLIM to explore the interactions between nanoparticles and living cells.

Postdoctoral position is open within H2020 project SmartNanoTox focusing on lifetime analysis with superresolution microscopy 2PE/STED FLIM to explore the interactions between nanoparticles and living cells. For more info visit web page : http://lbf.ijs.si/positions.html and send application as soon as possible.

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10/2017 Open postdoctoral position (immediately) In the NanoBioPhotonics group (www.nanofret.com) at the Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell (I2BC) in Orsay, France.

Within the framework of the European Horizon 2020 (FET-Open) project “PROSEQO – Protein Sequencing using Optical single molecule real-time detection” (http://singleproteinsequencing.eu/) we are seeking a postdoctoral researcher for the development, investigation, and application of fluorescent biological nanopores for DNA and protein translocation. The recruited resercher will work in an interdisciplinary and international team to prepare nanopores, conjugate them with fluorescent dyes, and (...)

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10/2017 Computational analysis of live imaging data - Lyon France

The team of Michalis Averof, at the Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon (IGFL) in France, is recruiting a post-doctoral researcher to study the morphogenesis of regenerating legs. The project will investigate the cell dynamics that underpin leg formation during regeneration (the spatiotemporal patterns of cell division, apoptosis, cell rearrangements and cell shape changes) and ask whether this process mirrors the mechanism of leg development in the embryo. The project is funded by (...)

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11/2017 Statistical analysis and classification of high throughput microscopy images -INRIA- Sophia Antipolis

Supervisors : Xavier Descombes (INRIA), Eric Debreuve (I3S) Laboratory : Morpheme, INRIA/I3S/iBV Team web page : https://team.inria.fr/morpheme/ Contact web page : http://www-sop.inria.fr/members/Xav... Contact e-mail : Xavier.Descombes chez inria.fr Location : Laboratory I3S in Sophia Antipolis Funded by ANR project RNAGRIMP Keywords : Spatial statistics, Classification, Cellular biology Over the past decade, several observations have highlighted important connections between (...)

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11/2017 Postdoctoral position Architecture/force relationship of macrophage podosomes- Toulouse

The Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology (www.ipbs.fr) has an open postdoctoral position to work on podosomes, cell structures involved in adhesion, matrix proteolysis, mechanosensing and cell migration in 3D environments (1-9). Macrophage tissue infiltration plays beneficial roles in protective immunity and detrimental roles in several diseases. Tissue infiltrated macrophages favor the progression of e.g. most cancers and chronic inflammations. Therefore, it is a challenging (...)

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11/2017 POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IMAGING DNA REPAIR AT SUPER RESOLUTION Curie Institute, Paris

Laboratory : Nuclear dynamics, UMR 3664 Angela Taddei Team : Compartmentalization and dynamics of nuclear functions. Starting date : as soon as possible. SUMMARY OF LAB’S INTERESTS : The eukaryotic genome is packaged into large-scale chromatin structures that occupy distinct domains in the nucleus. This DNA organization is a key contributor to genome functions. Our aim is to understand what determines the spatial and temporal behavior of chromatin and how this affects two essential (...)

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11/2017 POST-DOCTORAL POSITION Frontiers of silencing at super resolution Curie Institute, Paris

Laboratory : Nuclear dynamics, UMR 3664 Angela Taddei Team : Compartmentalization and dynamics of nuclear functions. Starting date : as soon as possible SUMMARY OF LAB’S INTERESTS : The eukaryotic genome is packaged into large-scale chromatin structures that occupy distinct domains in the nucleus. This DNA organization is a key contributor to genome functions. Our aim is to understand what determines the spatial and temporal behavior of chromatin and how this affects two essential (...)

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11/2017 Dissecting the kinetics of long-distance enhancer-promoter interactions -Institut Pasteur

Keywords : quantitative biology ; live imaging ; transcription ; stem cells ; embyros Presentation of the laboratory and its research topics : The Unit for the Physics of Biological Function at Institut Pasteur studies the basic physical principles that govern the existence of multicellular life. A core focus of the lab is to understand biological development–the complex process through which an organism grows from a single cell into a differentiated, multicellular organism–from a physics (...)

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11/2017 Bringing the Genome to Life : Imaging Enhancer Dynamics Postdoctoral positions at Institut Pasteur

Several postdoctoral positions are opened at the Institut Pasteur (Paris, France) to visualize the topological and functional dynamics of small regulatory pieces of DNA, called enhancers, in the animal genome. Successful candidates will join a collaborative and interdisciplinary venture in the newly formed unit Physics of Biological Function of biophysicist Thomas Gregor. Presentation of the unit and its research topics : The Unit for the Physics of Biological Function at Institut Pasteur (...)

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