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Reference : UMR5310-CELDEL-001
Workplace : VILLEURBANNE
Date of publication : Tuesday, December 03, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 1 February 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2600€ and 3770€ gross monthly depending on previous experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
Our team is interested in understanding the mechanisms that confer proper spatial orientation of some key processes during the nervous system development. We more recently extended our focus to the impact of such mechanisms in the context of cancers that emerge during embryogenesis. We are mainly working on neuroblastoma, a pediatric cancer that arises from a transitory embryonic cell population, neural crest cells. We set up an innovative in vivo model based on the avian embryo that allowed to uncover key early embryonic metastatic processes. Postdoctoral researcher will have to provide a molecular and functional picture of these secondary dissemination pathways, involving major embryonic vessels and peripheral nerves.
- design of experimental plan, together with permanent researchers, secondary responsibility
- analysis and synthesis of experimental data, principal responsibility
- presentation of scientific data in national and international congresses, principal responsibility
- writing of scientific publications,together with permanent researchers, secondary responsibility
We are looking for a profile who has solid experience in:
- blood vessels biology and associated techniques
- In vivo micro-manipulations
- Live imaging and highly resolutive microscopy techniques
- bioinformatics and analyses of large-scale transcriptomic data
The NeuroMyoGene Institute is located on Rockefeller campus in Lyon, and is composed of 16 teams with around 200 people. The INMG goal is to unravel fundamental aspects of the cell biology of the muscle and nervous system from development to aging under normal and pathological conditions.
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