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Researcher in bacteriology

Paris, Ile-de-France (FR)
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Closing date
11 Aug 2024

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Health Science, Life Science
Job Type
Employment - Hours
Full time
Fixed term

Our laboratory, IAME (“Infection, Antimicrobials, Modelling, Evolution”), is an alliance from basic to clinical and population-based research towards medical progress in the fight against infectious diseases ( Founded in 2014, our unit is affiliated with the French Institute for Medical Research (INSERM), the University of Paris Cité and the University Sorbonne Paris Nord. IAME currently comprises four teams spanning microbiology, infectious diseases, biostatistics, modelling, and epidemiology. Located at the University of Paris / Bichat Medical School campus in northern Paris and connected to several nearby University Hospitals, it fosters a unique environment where basic scientists and clinicians collaborate on infectious disease research.
IAME is seeking a talented junior team leader to develop a ground-breaking and innovative research project in the field of bacteriology. There are no specific thematic restrictions. Ideal candidates should possess the qualifications to compete for national and international research grants. Researchers without a permanent position in France will be encouraged to apply for funding through programs like the ERC and/or ATIP/Avenir, or for research/teaching positions at French institutions (INSERM, Université Paris Cité and Université Sorbonne Paris Nord). 

The selected group leader will receive an initial support package, including appropriate laboratory and office space. The group will also benefit from access to the unit's and campus's technical platforms, such as the animal facility, imaging facilities, computing and storage clusters, L2 laboratories, and sequencers.

Applications should include:

  • A brief curriculum vitae (maximum two pages)
  • A list of publications (including pre-prints), invited talks at conferences, patents, awards, and grants received
  • A short description of the proposed research project (maximum three pages, including references)

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Deadline for applications: September 1st, 2024

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