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Reference : UMR7284-GILPAG-003
Workplace : NICE
Date of publication : Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 2 November 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2,675 and 3,977 euros gross monthly according to experiences acquired previously
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The researcher will aim to validate the anti-tumor effect of pharmacological inhibitors developed in the "Normal and pathological angiogenesis" research team
- Conduct current experiments in the field of biology: cell culture, biochemistry (immuno-blot, FACS, ELISA…), molecular biology (qPCR…).
- Experimental tumor experiments in mice
- Collect and format the results of the experiments
- Write and update technical protocols
- Keep a laboratory notebook
- Doctorate in biology
- Knowledge and mastery of current experiences in the field of biology
- Animal experimentation diploma
- Very good working autonomy (experimental and bibliographic)
- Motivated, dynamic, serious and applied
- Experience with zebrafish would be a plus
The Laboratory is located on the site of the Antoine Lacassagne Cancer Center (CAL). The team is affiliated with the Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging of Nice (IRCAN). IRCAN is a dynamic multidisciplinary institute which brings together 14 independent research teams. The institute benefits from cutting-edge platforms in the field of imaging, cytometry or genomic analysis.
The researcher will be assigned to the “Normal and pathological angiogenesis” team under the direction of Dr Gilles Pagès. He / She will work closely with a researcher, Dr Maeva Dufies, and two engineers.
The team specializes in the field of tumor vascularization, resistance to treatments and the development of new therapeutic strategies.
The team is made up of: 8 researchers, 1 postdoctoral fellow (+1 currently being recruited), 3 doctoral students, 1 engineer and 1 lab manager.
Constraints and risks
Traditional constraints linked to the use of biological and chemical materials.
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