Reference : UPR4301-FATAKR-004
Workplace : ORLEANS
Date of publication : Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 36 months
Expected date of employment : 1 July 2022
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2 663 and 3 783 € gross per monthly depending on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
Within the Centre for Molecular Biophysics (UPR4301), a CNRS's centre based in Orléans, a position is open for a researcher in the "Cell Biology, Therapeutic Targets and Innovative Therapies" team, more particularly in the "Innovative Therapies and Nanomedicine" group (www.cbm.fr). The selected candidate will work on a research project financed by an ANR Grand défi national whose goal is to develop a mRNA bioproduction method using yeast as a cell factory. The project is conducted within a consortium composed of academic laboratories (Inserm, Inrae) and private laboratories (Sanofi and Polytheragene). This is a great opportunity to be in contact with this industrial environment and with academic experts who are internationally recognized in their fields.
-Exploit molecular and genetic engineering tools to improve/construct RNA-producing strains.
-Choose, develop and adapt protocols for the preparation and analysis of biological samples.
- Carry out a scientific and technological watch to be a force of proposal to develop new ideas.
- Write experimental reports and technical notes.
-Liaise with other partners for data sharing, technological transfer etc...
- Carry out a scientific and technological watch in order to be a driving source of proposals.
- Participate in the dissemination and promotion of results in the form of oral presentations and publications.
- Very good knowledge of cloning, integration and gene deletion methodologies.
- Have very good expertise in analytical techniques used in cellular and molecular biology and biochemistry.
- Fluency in English (written and spoken).
-Work independently and interact with other group and team members.
- Write scientific documents and publications.
- Knowledge of health and safety regulations in the field.
The researcher will join the "Cell Biology, Molecular Targets and Innovative Therapies" team of the Centre for Molecular Biophysics (CBM), specifically the "Innovative Therapies and Nanomedicine" research group. He/she will be placed under the hierarchical responsibility of the head of this group.
Constraints and risks
To apply, submit a CV and a motivation letter in line with the proposed theme on the employment.cnrs.fr portal.
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