This postdoctoral research position at Pasteur Institute in Paris is available for candidates excited about cellular and molecular mechanisms modulating brain function from the periphery in physiology and aging.
This is a fun opportunity to start your postdoctoral training at an exciting interface of immunology, neuroscience and genomics. Work will include single cell RNA-seq technologies, CRISPR screening-based approaches, and state of the art tools of immunology and neuroscience. Our lab will define how immune cells signal to the brain and how the environment shapes the brain internal immune-system – the microglia. We will work in mouse models, in vitro, and with lots of big genomic data. Skills and experience in one of these fields: neuroscience / molecular biology/ immunology / genomics/ computational biology is a big plus !
*you must be OK working with mice
*you will be required to apply for your own funding – we’ll support you in application-writing in every possible way!
Send you full CV, including a list of publications, a cover letter addressing your qualifications and motivation and the names + contact details of academic referees (including the most recent PI) to firstname.lastname@example.org
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