University of Bordeaux international post-doctoral program

The University of Bordeaux opened a competitive call for its international post-doctoral program (beginning of contract: July to December 2017).

Excellent candidates within 4 years of obtaining their PhD (+ parental leave conditions) are welcome to apply.

Call details: http://idex.u-bordeaux.fr/n/Talents/International-Post-Doctorates/r3137.html

The research project must be supported by a host lab in Bordeaux. My team is willing to support one candidate, with a project in the broad fields of structural mass spectrometry, nucleic acids structure, and/or non-covalent assemblies.

Call deadline: November 27th, 2016.

Interested candidates can email me a CV and a half-page project outline, preferably one month in advance of the call.

I would be grateful if you could forward this announcement to potential applicants.

 

Best regards,

 

Valérie Gabelica.

 

 

Dr. Valerie GABELICA
Research Director (DR2) – Team BiophyMS
ARNA Laboratory (Inserm U1212/CNRS UMR5320/Université de Bordeaux)
valerie.gabelica@inserm.fr
Tel. +33 (0)5 4000 2940
Institut Europeen de Chimie et Biologie

2, rue Robert Escarpit
33607 Pessac, France
www.iecb.u-bordeaux.fr/teams/GABELICA

 

Institute of Clinical Sciences RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Institute of Clinical Sciences 
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 
Salary range: £33,860- £42,830 per annum 

 
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position in the Reprogramming and Chromatin Group headed by Dr Petra Hajkova at the Clinical Sciences Centre (CSC) in Imperial College London. The group studies molecular mechanisms underlying epigenetic reprogramming in vivo and in vitro (for further information, please visit http://www.csc.mrc.ac.uk/Research/Groups/EDC/ReprogrammingChromatin/)
 
We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate scientist experienced in the field of mass spectrometry to join our efforts to elucidate molecular mechanisms implicated in the dynamic changes in nucleic acid modifications observed in early mouse embryo, developing germ line and pluripotent stem cells. Our group operates our own QQQ LC/MS instrument (Agilent 6490) and focuses on cutting edge, ultra-sensitive detection of DNA and RNA modifications in minute biological samples (see Amouroux et al, Nat Cell Biol, 2016) .For informal enquiries please contact Dr Petra Hajkova (petra.hajkova@csc.mrc.ac.uk).