The CIML*, a world-class immunology institute with a tradition of high quality research, provides an exceptional international research environment, with a renowned graduate program. The institute is currently composed of 16 research groups and 6 scientific core facilities with a total of 200 staff.The CIML is located on a pluridisciplinary campus in the Calanques national park in the south of France and is affiliated with INSERM, CNRS and Aix-Marseille University.
The CIML seeks to attract talented researchers in all fields of immunology aiming to understand the cellular, transcriptional, biochemical and mechanistic bases of the immune system at all scales. As a member of the Centuri program**, the CIML also encourages applicants with a strong background in systems biology and modeling from physicists, mathematicians or computer scientists.
The CIML actively promotes equal opportunities for employment and applicants will be selected on the basis of scientific criteria only. Selected candidates will be offered attractive start-up packages.
- Immunobiology of stromal cells
- Dendritic cells and antiviral defense
- Innate immunity in C. elegans
- Immunology and cell biology of pathogen/host cell interactions
- B Cell Immunity to Infection
Hai Tao He & Didier Marguet
- Membrane dynamics and T lymphocyte signaling
- Inflammation biology group
Bernard & Marie Malissen
- Genetic dissection of T cells and DCs function
- Integrative B cell Immunology
Bertrand Nadel & Sandrine Roulland
- Genomic instability and human hemopathies
- Tissue inflammation and immunity
- Dendritic cell biology
- Immunosurveillance of the central nervous system
- Stem cell and macrophage biology
Sophie Ugolini and Eric Vivier
- Innate lymphoid cells and neural regulation of immunity
Serge Van De Pavert
- Development of the immune system
Applicants should send a curriculum vitae with publication list, a 2 page summary of past research achievements and future projects, in English, including the names and addresses of three referees, before March 1st 2020, to Dr. Philippe PIERRE (firstname.lastname@example.org), to whom informal inquiries can also be addressed.