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Reference : UMR5286-DAVBER-004
Workplace : LYON 08
Date of publication : Thursday, March 26, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 14 months
Expected date of employment : 1 May 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : starting from a grossly amount of 1700 euros per month
Desired level of education : 4-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent
The engineer or assistant engineer will be responsible for adapting and implementing various techniques for analyzing in vitro and in vivo different mechanisms regulating cell senescence.
He will have to participate in setting up the experiments, carry out and analyze them before communicating them in English.
He must write and keep up to date his laboratory notebook.
He will work in close interaction with other members of the team.
Participate in animal experiments of the team when necessary (management of colonies and experimental cohorts, manipulation of mice, injections (PI, IV and possibly intratracheal), necropsy and organ harvesting.
Participate in the exploitation of murine tissues (Immuno-histology techniques (microtome sections and cryostat, Immunolabelling), cultivation of primary tissues, RNA extraction, etc.).
Implement cell biology and molecular biology techniques: RTqPCR analysis, western blot, imaging, cell culture, manipulation of gene expression ...
Design, perform and interpret experiences.
Archive, organize the results (GraphPad, Excell…) and communicate them in English.
Participate in the functioning of the team by participating in common tasks.
Technical skills in cell, molecular biology, histology, imaging and animal experimentation.
General knowledge in oncology and / or senescence.
Fluency in written and spoken English.
Analytical reasoning skills: the candidate must be able to demonstrate rigor, autonomy, self-criticism and maturity.
Sense of organization
Developed interpersonal skills: good qualities of integration and interaction are also necessary.
Our team is working on the mechanisms regulating cell senescence and studying the impact of these mechanisms on cancer and aging using cell and mouse models. Our team is made up of about fifteen people (researchers, ITAs, postdoctoral fellows and doctoral students).
Constraints and risks
Work in murine animal house
Health and safety regulations
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