Jobs and Funding Opportunities

by  Geraldine

5 travel awards for the SPBD/SEBD/SFBD joint meeting 2018 (dealine for application: July 31st 2018)

The SFBD is offering five 400 euros travel grants to encourage young scientists (PhD students/young post-docs) to attend the annual SFBD / SEBD / SPBD meeting (Porto, Nov. 7-10, 2018) (Application deadline : 31 July 2018)
The application (one pdf file) must be sent to sfbd at and must (...)

by  Geraldine

FINANCEMENT DE THESE : Cell fate and blade patterning during the early growth of Saccharina latissima sporophytes (“Cartographie des destins cellulaires dans les jeunes sporophytes en croissance de l’algue brune Saccharina latissima”)

Deadline for application : 20 May 2018. Starting/ End date : October 2018 / September 2021 Salary : 1422€ net per month
Supervision : • Team 1 : Bénédicte Charrier, team « Morphogenesis of MacroAlgae » (MMA), SBR, CNRS-SU, France • Team 2 (co-funding) : Hilde-Gunn Opsahl Sorteberg, Institute for (...)

by  Svetlana

Poste NOEMI AI Biologie cellulaire (et développement) Institut Curie Orsay

Un NOEMI CNRS pour un poste d’Assistant Ingénieur vient d’être ouvert dans notre équipe “Signalisation et Développement de la Crete Neurale” à l’Institut Curie / CNRS UMR3347 localisée sur le campus de l’Université Paris Sud, Orsay. Le profil est en biologie cellulaire et moléculaire, des connaissances en (...)

by  Svetlana

Regulation of neuronal RNA granules and function in long-term memory

A three-year post-doctoral position is available in the group of Florence Besse ( at the Institute of Biology Valrose (iBV-UMR7277, Nice, France).
Project description Long-term molecular and structural changes occurring at synapses in response to (...)

by  Geraldine

Postdoctoral Positions - Unit on Genome Structure and Regulation - NIH - NICHD / Washington DC metro area

We are at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) at NIH. Our lab is interested in understanding cell lineage differentiation, gene regulation and how non-coding DNA elements and the 3D architecture of chromosomes contribute to these processes during early mouse (...)