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Location
Paris-5E-Arrondissement
Île-de-France, France
Date Posted
10 Dec 2018

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Type
PhD Project
Institut Curie – Immunology Department

PhD position in Immunology (Institut Curie, Paris)

Paris-5E-Arrondissement
Île-de-France, France
10 Dec 2018

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Position Description


A PhD position is available in the group of Elodie Segura in the frame of the Institut Curie international PhD program (co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 666003).

The PhD project is about “Identifying novel molecular regulators of human monocyte differentiation”. More details can be found on the lab website : http://esegura-lab.org .
We are looking for an enthusiastic, intellectually curious and team-oriented individual. Applicants should be highly motivated to work in an interdisciplinary environment and to learn both wet-lab techniques and computational methods. Background in molecular biology, immunology, epigenetics or bioinformatics is recommended. Programming skills will be a plus, but not mandatory.

Eligibility
Applicants must not have lived or worked in France for more than 12 months during the past 3 years prior to the closure of the call (January 18th 2018).
– Applicants must own a Master’s degree (or be about to obtain one) or have a university degree equivalent to a European Master’s (5-year duration) to be eligible.
– Applicants must have earned this degree between January 1st 2016 and September 30, 2018.


How to Apply

More details can be found on the Institut Curie website : https://enseignement.curie.fr/en/content/application Applications should be filled online exclusively here : https://enseignement.curie.fr/en/ic3iphd Applications can be sent until January 18th 2018, 5:00pm CET.

Position Category: Medical & Biological Sciences. Position Type: PhD Project.

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