For the development of top end microfluidics approaches we are looking for a PostDoc. Experience in any of the following areas related to microfluidics is required: microfluidics design and fabrication and/or quantitative imaging and/or establishing cellular assays using microfluidics. Candidates should have a strong research background, a good publication record and be able to work in a collaborative manner. If you are interested please apply with your CV and provide details about your studies and previous work.
The research in our group at the IGBMC in Strasbourg focuses on understanding the establishment of specific transcriptional states and their epigenetic inheritance. Our research includes physical, biochemical and biophysical approaches as well as various cell biology systems. For details visit our webpage: http://www.igbmc.fr/research/department/2/team/105/
This PostDoc position will involve the development of state-of-the-art microfluidic approaches combined with high-throughput imaging to address a central question in epigenetics: how epigenetic memory and chromatin impact transcriptional regulation in single cells. The PostDoc will therefore undertake a challenging microfluidics based project at the interphase of physics and biology in an internationally renowned environment and benefit from excellent core facilities.
The project is designed to allow the applicant to play a major role in determining its direction and at the same time benefit from intense international collaborations as well as the profound epigenetics/chromatin background of the other members of my lab.
Located in Strasbourg, France, the IGBMC is one of the top biomedical centers in Europe. Working language in the Institute is English; knowledge of the French language is not required.
For further information and application (including 2 reference letters) please contact: Robert.firstname.lastname@example.org…