Internships & Jobs

3 years postdoctoral fellowship in cancer biology at CRBM – S. Roche team

Starting from sept 2019 Title:Deciphering SLAP tumor suppression function in colon cancer Project: We wish to understand how the tyrosine kinase (TK) Src, which coordinate epithelial cell communication and fate decision, induce aggressive colon cancer. While Src is a well-defined oncogene in this cancer, this TK is rarely mutated and actually, the mechanisms promoting its […]

M2 internship of 6 months in Bioinformatics – Team Kajava

Bioinformatics: Structural and functional annotation of proteomes. Our project deals with the development of new algorithms, software, databases and workflows required to undertake structural and functional annotation of proteomes with particular focus on “dark” proteome (non-globular proteins that include aggregation-prone proteins and proteins with tandem repeats) http://www.crbm.cnrs.fr/team/bioinformatique-structurale-modelisation-moleculaire/ http://bioinfo.montp.cnrs.fr/ http://www.ibc-montpellier.fr Your project will consist of the […]

20 month- postdoctoral fellowship in CRBM – F. Landmann team

Host cell subversion by Wolbachia: the role of ubiquitination Ideal Start: Dec. 1st 2018 to Feb 1st 2019               The reproductive parasites Wolbachia are the most common endosymbionts of arthropods, now used to interfere with the transmission of arboviruses by insect vectors. We are interested in the mechanisms underlying their intracellular lifestyle, from the […]

Master 1/2 internship in Cell biology – Team François Fagotto

What makes tissues rigid of fluid? Regulation of the actin cytoskeleton and catherin-based cell adhesion.  The general goal of our project is to understand the cellular mechanisms that confer tissues with specific properties to tissues.  We focus on the role of the actin cytoskeleton in regulating motility and adhesion within embryonic tissues, focusing on the role […]

3 years postdoc in molecular and cell biology (team Roche)

Project title: the oncogenic role of pseudo-kinases in human cancer Project summary: Protein kinases use protein phosphorylation as an intracellular signaling mechanism to coordinate cell communication and their deregulation is ultimately connected with carcinogenesis. Our main objective is to understand how perturbation of this phosphorylation-dependent mechanism leads to invasive tumors and use this information to […]