[Drosophila] Faculty positions open at the IGBMC

Angela GIANGRANDE via dros%40net.bio.net (by angela from titus.u-strasbg.fr)
Tue Apr 10 05:09:09 EST 2007


Dear Colleagues,


The Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cell 
Biology (IGBMC) in Strasbourg (France) invites 
applications for Junior Group Leader positions. 
We are seeking outstanding candidates in the 
areas of Cell Biology, Developmental and 
Behavioural Neurobiology, and Regulation of Gene 
Expression in vertebrate or invertebrate model 
systems.

Successful candidates should have a strong 
expertise in their field, are expected to develop 
a cutting edge research program and establish 
collaborations within IGBMC. Priority will be 
given to candidates developing projects involving 
innovative imaging techniques, integrative 
approaches, and/or those at the interface of the 
different subject areas. In addition to a 
start-up money and lab space, IGBMC will provide 
a technician position and two-year fellowships 
for a PhD student and a post-doctoral fellow. 
Junior Group Leaders will be given access to all 
IGBMC core facilities and technical platforms 
(i.e. imaging, transgenic, transcriptome, for 
details see, www-igbmc.u-strasbg.fr), which are 
operated by a highly competent staff keen to 
develop new approaches.

Please send your application by the 15th of May 
2007, including a brief description of the 
research plan, a complete CV, as well as the 
names and addresses of three references to:

Laszlo Tora (Françoise Schubel <fschubel from igbmc.u-strasbg.fr>)
IGBMC
1, rue Laurent Fries ; BP10142
67404 Illkirch Cedex, CU de Strasbourg – France





Angela Giangrande, PhD


PS: Please forgive us if you receive this announcement multiple times

-- 
Angela Giangrande, Ph. D.
Directeur de Recherche CNRS
IGBMC
1, Rue Laurent Fries
BP 10142 ILLKIRCH 67404
C. U. STRASBOURG
FRANCE


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