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April 28, 2021 Postdoctoral researcher position: GISMO ; CRSA Team : Microbiota Intestine & Inflammation

Gut mIcrobiome quorum Sensing MOlecules to target inflammatory bowel diseases ; CRSA Saint Antoine Hospital, 27 rue de Chaligny, 75012 Paris, France

The position      

In the framework of The GISMO project, the Microbiota Intestine & Inflammation (MI2) Team from the Saint-Antoine Research Center (CRSA) in Paris is inviting applications for a 2-year, fully funded postdoctoral position. We are looking for a motivated full-time post doc to work on the impact of bacterial quorum sensing molecules from the intestinal microbiota on the intestinal barrier and its inflammatory pathways.

The scientific context is the gut ecosystem and its implication in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). Indeed, the host-microbiota interactions play a crucial role in the pathophysiology of these diseases. Our group is a leader in the description of IBD associated dysbiosis and we decided to investigate metabolites from gut microbiota that could interplay with both the gut microbiota and the host physiology in an interkingdom network. While biological components (such as SCFA, Bile acids, tryptophan derivatives) have been repeatedly described, a largely overlooked component is that of Quorum Sensing (QS), a density-dependent system able to coordinate bacterial responses but also able to interact with host cells constantly exposed to bacteria. We published the first detection of AHLs QS molecules from the human gut and profiled AHLs distribution over a cohort of healthy individuals and IBD patients (Landman et al. PloS One 2018). This led to the identification of the most conserved, abundant and never-described AHL associated to the healthy human gut, 3-oxo-C12:2 AHL, which negatively correlates with IBD and its associated dysbiosis. We showed that 3-oxo-C12:2 is able to maintain tight junctions integrity under inflammatory conditions (Aguanno et al. Tissue Barriers 2020). Moreover, 3-oxo-C12:2 exerted an anti-inflammatory effect on epithelial and immune cells, confirming novel, relevant physiological properties (manuscript in prep). From this starting point, our aims are to decipher the mechanisms of the barrier protection and the anti-inflammatory effects of AHLs. Transcriptomic analysis pointed out several pathways (NFkB, JAK-STAT, TNFalpha, IL-17) that need to be better characterized in this setting.

The research Team MI2 is located in a nice and lively area of Paris and is a very dynamic team of the CRSA composed by about 40 individuals including researchers also implicated in health care (gastroenterologists) and teaching (epithelial cell biologists and microbiologists), post-docs, PhD students, master’s students, technicians and engineers. Translational research is available from a database of more than 10.000 IBD patients. Lab’s facilities include cell culture expertise, cell imaging, microbiology, tandem and high-resolution mass spectrometry and high-quality technical support.

Project aims

  • Deciphering AHL-related inflammation pathways in epithelial and monocyte-macrophages cells and in organoids.
  • Puzzle out AHL effect on barrier function by studying regulation of tight/adherens junctions and desmosomes as well as chemical barrier (mucus and antimicrobial peptides secretion) on cell lines and organoids.

Your Profile

The eligible candidate must have obtained his/her Ph. D. degree within 2 years from the starting date of this position (that is, between September 2019 and September 2021). The successful profile will have solid skills in the field of cell biology of epithelial cells, inflammation and innate immunity, and be proficient in oral and written English. We are looking open- minded for candidates interested to work in a multidisciplinary research environment.

Application

We exclusively accept applications via email on the following address:

philippe.seksik@aphp.fr

The applications should  be  in French or  English  and  include  a  curriculum vitae with names and contact information of 2 referees, a complete list of publications and a statement of research interest. The applications should be sent as a single PDF file. Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled.

Employer: Sorbonne-Université

Starting date: ideally 09. 2021

Duration : 24 months

Location: CRSA Saint Antoine Hospital, 27 rue de Chaligny, 75012 Paris, France

 

Application

We exclusively accept applications via email on the following address:

philippe.seksik@aphp.fr

The applications should  be  in French or  English  and  include  a  curriculum vitae with names and contact information of 2 referees, a complete list of publications and a statement of research interest. The applications should be sent as a single PDF file. Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled.

Employer: Sorbonne-Université

Starting date: ideally 09. 2021

Duration : 24 months

Location: CRSA Saint Antoine Hospital, 27 rue de Chaligny, 75012 Paris, France

 

November 17, 2020 Group leader

Biochemistry Group Leader Permanent position.

 

 

Company:

LPS-Biosciences is an innovative Biotech SME established in 2011 with strong expertise in bacterial endotoxins and structural analysis with 40 years of research at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). The company addresses and meets the endotoxins related needs of the biggest industrial groups in human and animal health, cosmetics, agriculture, and agri-food sectors, through service delivery, production and partnership R&D. We are also working with academic laboratories to advance research on pathogens and conduct innovative projects in the vaccines and diagnostic domains.

Missions:

As part of the development of our activity in biotechnology and growth of our team, we are looking for a scientific manager. Reporting to the head of laboratory, you will be managing a team of technicians working for our clients in the vaccine field. This will include planning  and execution of research projects, quality control management, as well as budget of your team. To do this, you will accomplish the following tasks:

  • Scientific responsibility of your team (manipulations, customer relationship, reports)
  • Management of your team (security, organization, animation, training)
  • Quality management (customer focus, standardization, feedback)
  • Project management (project planning, tracking of time planned and carried out)
  • Track costs associated with your missions (orders, budget, fundraising)

 

Required profile

Young PhD in analytical biochemistry having a first experience of at least 2 years post- doctoral or company, and willing to manage a team.

 

Desired technical skills: Desired behavioral skills:
Experience in analytical Biochemistry: Structures of lipids, polysaccharides, LPS. Motivation for the team management, independence, good organization, seriousness and professionalism
Structural characterization by chromatography, Mass Spectrometry

(MALDI) and NMR

Customer orientation

Commitment toward results and profitability

Tests (colorimetric, spectroscopy)

Purification through different techniques of chromatography and electrophoresis.

Excellent communication, oral and written, in French and English
Manipulation of solvents, acids, alkali. Contributing to team spirit and good interpersonal skills

Contract:

  • Permanent position to be filled as soon as possible
  • Place: Orsay in Essonne (91) France, near Paris, accessible by RER B and national road 118
  • Please send candidacy CV and motivation letter at recrutement@lpsbiosciences.com

Please send candidacy CV and motivation letter at recrutement@lpsbiosciences.com

November 11, 2020 Postdoctoral position for 3 years in biochemistry, cell biology and onco-immunology

Postdoctoral position for 3 years in biochemistry, cell biology and onco-immunology

Starting January-February 2021, in the team “Cholesterol metabolism and therapeutic innovations”. Cancer Research Center, Toulouse, France.

Managers: Sandrine Silvente-Poirot and Michel Record

Project: Our team is specialized in the study of lipid metabolism in cancers. The project is a fundamental and translational cancer research program based on works of the team, and partners of the project, already very advanced. The objectives are to determine how lipid metabolism reprogramming in tumors impacts on small extracellular vesicles (sEV) secretion, content and anti-tumor functions in tumor cell models in vitro and in vivo and in patient samples 

Main mission: To characterize tumor-sEV generated after treatment of tumor cells with selected anti-tumor therapies or combinations and the molecular mechanisms involved.

 Profile: We seek a highly motivated and self-driven Ph.D, dynamic, organized, rigorous, liking to learn and share. In-depth skills and autonomy in the field of sEV characterization and onco-immunology and competence in in vivo experimentations are requested.

 How to apply:

Please email your detailed CV, including a complete list of your publications, a motivation cover letter outlining your research experiences and explaining your interest for the chosen position and a short statement on career planning, as well as 2 letters of references to sandrine.poirot@inserm.fr and michel.record@inserm.fr

Some publications of the team:

  • de Medina et al, PNAS, 2010
  • de Medina et al, Nat commun, 2013
  • Silvente-Poirot et al, Science, 2014
  • Record M, et al, Biochimie, 2014
  • Record M et al, Biochim Biophys Acta, 2014
  • Leignadier J et al, Biochem Pharmacol, 2017
  • Dalenc F. et al, J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol, 2017
  • Voisin M. et al, PNAS, 2017 
  • Segala G. et al, Nat commun, 2017
  • Record M et al, J Lipid Res, 2018,
  • Silvente-Poirot S et al, Cancer Research, 2018.
  • Soulès R et al, J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2019
  • de Medina P. et al, British Journal of Pharmacology, 2020
  • Serhan N et al, Cancers, 2020, in press
  • Mouchel PL. et al, Cancers, 2020, in press

 

sandrine.poirot@inserm.fr and michel.record@inserm.fr. Team “Cholesterol metabolism and therapeutic innovations”. Cancer Research Center, Toulouse, France.

October 26, 2021 PhD

Study of the mechanisms of lipids oxidation and antioxidant in complex food matrices : Example of infant formulas enriched in polyunsaturated fatty acids

PhD Offer

Contract Type : 3 years Doctoral contract CIRAD/INRAE
Starting date : Last trimester 2020

Pierre Villeneuve
NEW ADRESS and NEW PHONE NUMBER

CIRAD/UMR IATE
TA B-62 / 16
Maison de la Technologie / Bât 16
73 rue Jean-François Breton
34398 MONTPELLIER Cedex 05

Tel/Phone (33) (0)4 67 61 49 84
http://umr-iate.cirad.fr/

Study of the mechanisms of lipids oxidation and antioxidant in complex food matrices : Example of infant formulas enriched in polyunsaturated fatty acids

PhD Summary : Food products displaying high content in polyunsaturated fatty acids are crucial for infant nutrition but particularly susceptible to lipid oxidation. Such oxidative alteration leads to the degradation of the food product nutritionnal profile and to the potential formation of toxic compounds. In food matrices, lipids are most of the time found under dispersed form (it is also the case in powders) and their oxidative behaviour is very complex. Indeed, in such heterogeneous systems, oxidation occurs primarily at oil-water interface where pro-oxidant agents come into contact with oxidable substrate (lipid) and initiate the reaction. In this context, our previous studies on model emulsions (oil-in-water) have demonstrated the importance of using antioxidant molecules able to locate predominantly at interface to optimize their activity. Similarly, we have demonstrated the key role of other tensioactive substances (emulsifier, proteins…) which can act as traps for pro- or antioxidants in the system and modulate the kinetics of oxidation. However up to now the transport and diffusion of radicals within heterogeneous food matrices is not described. And yet, we are convinced that a better understanding of these dynamics of transfer between the various components of the food systems (micellar phase-interface-lipid susbstrate) would lead to a better stabilization of food systems enriched in polyunsaturated fatty acids. The objective of this thesis will be to elucidate the mechanisms of propagation of lipid oxidation whithin heterogeneous food products, taking unsaturated fatty acids enriched infant formulas as an example. We will first work on model emulsion systems mimicking these products to unveil the mechanims of diffusion of oxidation using confocal imaging with fluorescent probes reporter of oxidation or RAMAN imaging. Then we will study the influence of natural antioxidants or proteins, used either isolated, or associated under the form of natural assemblies (vesicles, membrane fragments…) on the modulation of oxidation kinetics and will model these kinetics. In a second part of the thesis, we will validate these results in a real set of food product: infant formula in powder form. We aim at demonstrating that formulation and potentially process modification of this food product can improve its resistance to oxidation and thus improve its nutritionnal properties during storage.

Lipid Composition and State of Oxidation of Fortified Infant Flours in Low-Income Countries Are Not Optimal and Strongly Affected by the Time of Storage. Moustiés C, Bourlieu C, Baréa B, Servent A, Alter P, Lebrun M, Hemery Y, Laillou A, Avallone S. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol 2019. https://doi.org/10.1002/ejlt.201900173
The need for a new step in the study of lipids oxidation in heterophasic systems. Villeneuve P, Durand E, Decker EA. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2018. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.8b03603
Eleostearic Phospholipids as Probes to Evaluate Antioxidants Efficiency against Vesicles Liposomes Oxidation. Durand E, Delavault A, Bourlieu C, Lecomte J, Figueroa M, Decker EA, Michel-Salaun F, Kergourlay G, Villeneuve P. Chem. Phys. Lipids. 2017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2017.10.006
A Comparison of Antioxidant Evaluation Assays for Investigating Antioxidative Activity of Gallic Acid and Its Alkyl Esters in Different Food Matrices. Phonsatta N, Deetae P, Luangpituksa P, Grajeda Iglesias C, Figueroa-Espinoza MC, Lecomte J, Villeneuve P, Decker EA, Visessanguan W, Panya A. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2017. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.7b02503
Hurdles in Predicting Antioxidant Efficacy in Oil-in-Water Emulsions. Decker EA, Mc Clements DJ, Bourlieu-Lacanal C, Durand E, Figueroa-Espinoza MC, Lecomte J, Villeneuve P. Trends Food Sci. Technol. 2017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tifs.2017.07.001
Supervisors :
Claire BOURLIEU (UMR IATE) et Pierre VILLENEUVE (UMR QUALISUD)
Doctoral School : GAIA (N°584), Montpellier, France
Hosting Teams : UMR QUALISUD/UMR IATE
The PhD candidate will work in two Joint Research Units (UMR Qualisud and UMR IATE), both located in Montpellier, France.

General Requirements
Applicants should have a background in Chemistry, Food Chemistry, Nutrition. Good Knowledge of english. Highly motivated by research, autonomous, dynamic.

Candidacy must be sent to C. Bourlieu (claire.bourlieu-lacanal@inra.fr) and P. Villeneuve (villeneuve@cirad.fr) and should contain :
– Curriculum
– Personal statement
– Letters of recommendation (2)
– Master grades

Contract Type : 3 years Doctoral contract CIRAD/INRAE
Starting date : Last trimester 2020

Pierre Villeneuve
ATTENTION NOUVELLE ADRESSE ET NOUVEAU NUMERO DE TEL

CIRAD/UMR IATE
TA B-62 / 16
Maison de la Technologie / Bât 16
73 rue Jean-François Breton
34398 MONTPELLIER Cedex 05

Tel/Phone (33) (0)4 67 61 49 84
http://umr-iate.cirad.fr/

October 26, 2021

The Bioscience and biotechnology Institute of Aix-Marseille (BIAM) is looking to recruit experienced and emerging scientific talents!

The Bioscience and biotechnology Institute of Aix-Marseille (BIAM) is looking to recruit experienced and emerging scientific talents!

Apply to the Call for International Mobility: http://biam.cea.fr/drf/biam/english/Pages/jobs.aspx

Situated in the south of France in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, the BIAM is a joint research center between the Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA), the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and Aix-Marseille Université.
The BIAM proposes an ambitious strategic and scientific project “Green solutions for tomorrow” that concentrates excellent fundamental, technological research and innovation by bringing together leading research teams and economic partners.
The project is organised around 2 fundamental research themes “energy bioconversion” and “the response and adaptation of living organisms to environmental constraints”
Apply to the Call for International Mobility: http://biam.cea.fr/drf/biam/english/Pages/jobs.aspx

As of the summer 2020, experienced scientists and talented early career researchers are invited to join BIAM to strengthen the Institute’s scientific project, either through mobility or appointment. Two permanent high-level researcher positions (PhD + a minimum of 2 years experience) are to be filled on the Cadarache site as part of the “Green solutions for tomorrow” project to reinforce existing teams or to promote transversality between exisiting themes.

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Video about microalgae activities in the “Cité des Energies”
Adresse
CEA Cadarache
DRF-BIAM Bât 177
13108 Saint-Paul-Lez-Durance

February 25, 2019 PhD student position

PhD student position on Microalgal Carbon and Lipid Metabolism

Available PhD student position on Microalgal Carbon and Lipid Metabolism

 

Topic: Manipulating redox balance to increase carbon reserve formation in microalgae

Host lab: The lab is located at Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology of Aix Marseille (http://biam.cea.fr/drf/biam/Pages/accueil.aspx), which is part of The French Atomic and Alternative Energy Commission (CEA), and part of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and University of Aix Marseille in the region Provence in the South of France.

Starting date: fall 2019 (3 years)

Funding: This project is funded by the CEA. The PhD student will receive a very competitive stipends plus all the social benefit.

Director of Thesis: Dr. Yonghua Li-Beisson

E-mail: yonghua.li@cea.fr

Scientific background and project: Microalgae requires only sun light and water to fix atmosphere CO2 into organic carbon. They therefore represent a promising platform not only for production of a range of biomaterials ranging from food, fuel to green chemistry application, but also are key to achieving a carbon neutral economy. Microalgae naturally have the capacity to produce starch and lipids; starch are precursors to bioethanol and lipids are precursors to biodiesel. But high amount of starch or lipid is made mostly under conditions when cell division and growth are compromised. Our team has recently discovered for the first time that redox communication occur between peroxisome and chloroplast, two of the three most energetic subcellular organelles, and we further shown that this redox communication plays an important role in regulation of photosynthesis, lipid and starch metabolism (Kong et al 2018 Plant Cell). In this PhD thesis, we aim to further explore the impact of altering redox state on carbon reserve formation in microalgae.

Profile desired: The candidate is expected to have already some experience working with molecular biology of Chlamydomonas. Experience in Confocal microscopy a plus. He/she will be trained in algal physiology, lipidomics and metabolism. He/she will work in close collaboration with other researchers, technicians and students of the group.

Reference: Kong F, Burlacot A, Liang Y, Legeret B, Alseekh S, Brotman Y, Fernie AR, Krieger-Liszkay A, Beisson F, Peltier G, Li-Beisson Y (2018) Interorganelle Communication: Peroxisomal MALATE DEHYDROGENASE 2 Connects Lipid Catabolism to Photosynthesis through Redox Coupling in Chlamydomonas. Plant Cell

For more ref on related work : please visit the https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1064-1816

 

 

 

February 25, 2019 Post-Doctoral Associate Position (2-5 years) in Prague; Institute of Physiology

Research on Lipid Metabolism

Postdoctoral associate position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Ondrej Kuda at the Institute of Physiology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IPHYS) in Prague. IPHYS is a leading national institution in research on normal and pathological physiology. The mission of the Institute is to enhance fundamental knowledge of the processes involved in metabolic regulation and its impact on cardiovascular, neuronal and brain function.
We are looking for curious, imaginative, independent and highly-motivated applicants holding a PhD with experience in biochemistry/physiology/molecular biology. Skills in any of the following: bioinformatics/programing, whole animal physiology, LC-MS/MS are a plus. The institute is bilingual (Czech/English) and good communication skills and a collaborative attitude are important.
The focus of Dr. Kuda’s lab is the metabolism and regulatory actions of bioactive lipids, specifically as related to pathways of glucose and lipid metabolism. We are interested in products of de novo lipogenesis such as branched fatty acid esters of hydroxy fatty acids (FAHFA), in anti-inflammatory & pro-resolving eicosanoids and docosanoids, and in endocannabinoid-like metabolites derived from omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. We combine cutting edge biochemical, bioinformatics and LC-MS-based omic approaches to elucidate pathway regulation and relevance to the mechanisms underlying metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and obesity. For additional information see lab website: http://www.fgu.cas.cz/en/departments/metabolism-of-bioactive-lipids
The position is initially funded for 2 years with possibility of extension for up to 5 years. Starting date can be anytime in the first half of 2019. Dr. Kuda’s lab is well funded by national research grants and institutional support from the Czech Academy of Sciences. The position salary is competitive and exceeds average compensation for similar positions in the local metropolitan area.
Applications should be sent directly to Dr. Kuda at ondrej.kuda@fgu.cas.cz before April 12th, 2019. Applications will not be reviewed until all below items are received. Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview till April 12th.
1. Curriculum vitae
2. Two publications (attach PDFs). First author or with major contribution.
3. Cover letter: State why you qualify for the position and include description of relevant skills and experience
4. Copy of official diploma and any other academic records you wish to provide in support of your application
5. List of two to five references (with address and contact email) and indicate how these individuals are professionally related to you.
https://www.nature.com/naturecareers/job?id=676609

February 25, 2019 Post-doctoral position in Lipidomics

A postdoctoral researcher fellowship position (18 months) in lipidomics/sterolomics is available at ISA (ANABIO-MS team)

Post-doctoral position in Lipidomics
A postdoctoral researcher fellowship position (18 months) in lipidomics/sterolomics is available at ISA (ANABIO-MS team) in close collaboration with Ecotoxicolgy group (Irstea). The fellowship funded by the ANR will be starting in September 2019.
Project
Aquatic ecosystems are exposed to environmental stressors such as chemical micropollutants from natural environment or anthropogenic activities. These chemical contaminations may result in alterations of the internal biochemical homeostasis of the aquatic organisms. The major limitation in the mechanistic knowledge of environmental chemical toxicity effects on aquatic organisms is the absence of molecular information notably at the genome wide scale in environmentally relevant species. The “omics” technologies – such as Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Lipidomics, Metabolomics – offer a great promises to help to elucidate molecular responses to exposures in aquatic organisms during specific and vulnerable life cycle stages. Lipid metabolism is the major fundamental metabolic pathway producing energy in animals. In fresh water organisms, lipids play a pivotal role in vulnerable stages like molting, reproduction, development. Recently, it has been shown that pharmaceutical drugs like hypolipidemic drugs have been detected in sewages, affecting the reproduction and population growth of crustacean amphipods (genus Gammarus). To understand and predict the effects of toxic exposures, it is crucial to describe the lipidome and to identify the affected metabolic networks. The project aim to gain a mechanistic understanding of toxic effects of hypolidiaemia drugs (statins and fibrates) on the sentinel organism, G. fossarum.
An innovative multi-omics approach (proteomics and lipidomics) will be developed to monitor metabolic perturbation on different development stages and reproductive cycles of G. fossarum after exposure with hypolidiaemia drugs.
For further details of the project, please follow the link : http://www.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/Project-ANR-18-CE34-0008
Profile
We seek a highly motivated and enthusiastic candidate with a PhD in the area of lipidomics with a focus on sterols analysis, or analytical chemistry or ecotoxicology with an interest in analytical chemistry.
The successful applicant will work at the Institute of Analytical Sciences (ANABIO-MS team) in collaboration with Ecotoxicology group at Irstea.
The requested skills include:
 Strong chemical background with a PhD in Analytical Chemistry or Biochemistry with hands-on mass spectrometry
 A significant level of technical knowledge and experience in mass spectrometry (Triple quadrupole, Q-TOF) including its applications in lipidomics or metabolomics
 Experience in biological sample preparation techniques
 Experience in chemometrics (intermediate to strong skills) and data mining will be an asset (R, Matlab).
 Evidence of peer-reviewed publications
 Good collaboration and communication skills (written and oral English)
Salary and appointments terms
The salary and appointment terms are consistent with the current rules for post-doctoral fellows. The period of employment is 18-months starting in September 2019.
Application
The successful candidate is expected to start in September 2019. The closing date for applications is 15th May 2019. Applications must be submitted as a single PDF containing:
 Current curriculum vitae including the list of publications
 A cover letter
 PhD diploma
 References (with letters of support)
Further information / contact
Sophie Ayciriex, PhD
Institute of Analytical Sciences (ISA),
CNRS UMR 5280 – ENS Lyon – University Claude Bernard Lyon 1
5 Rue de la Doua- 69100 Villeurbanne (France)
sophie.ayciriex@univ-lyon1.fr

November 2, 2018 Post -Doc position on lipid metabolism

Postdoc(s) to work on lipid metabolism at Brookhaven National Lab in New York

Dear Lipid Colleagues,
I am currently recruiting postdoc(s) to work on lipid metabolism at Brookhaven National Lab in New York.   My lab comprises an active group of collaborative postdocs and professionals working on lipid metabolism.  Lab members also interact synergistically with lipid groups led by Jorg Schwender and Changcheng Xu in the Biology department.  The biology department at BNL is a great place for postdocs to develop new skills and exploit them to answer important open questions in lipid metabolism.
Details of the position and application can be found at:
 https://jobs.bnl.gov/job/upton/post-doctoral-research-associate-biology/3437/9670176
Funding starts immediately, so successful candidate(s) could start as soon as they are available.
If you know of a good candidate who is about to graduate, or already looking for a postdoc position, please bring this to their attention.
Thanks,
John Shanklin
Senior Biochemist and Chair of Biology,
Brookhaven National Lab.

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