Alcediag and the CNRS have created SYS2DIAG, the first interdisciplinary laboratory in Europe dedicated to innovation in medical diagnosis working at the discovery of new generation biomarkers and new technologies for future diagnosis. The candidate will be involved in mix private/public research stimulating environment.
A team leader position is available in the team “Editing-related Biomarkers in Psychiatry”
The candidate will lead a team dedicated to research of new molecular biomarkers of psychiatric disorders based on original epigenetic approaches. The research will take place in a highly interdisciplinary environment.
We invite applications from highly motivated candidates for a position focusing on the discovery and validation of innovative editing-related biomarkers in inflammatory and psychiatric disorders to generate new tools to stratify and manage patients.
This position requires a PhD in molecular biology-neuroscience or allied fields with five or more years of experience working in a basic neuroscience laboratory at the postdoctoral level or higher. An industrial experience would be appreciated.
The applicant should have demonstrable proficiency in all of the following: molecular and cell biology, genetics and epigenetics related to pathologies. The position provides an opportunity to work on multifaceted biological questions requiring strong interaction with bioinformaticians to generate and analyse data in a high-throughput setting. Bioinformatics skills will be appreciated.
Essential skills :
• Strong experience in epigenetics
• Excellent written and spoken English
• Motivated to work in a multidisciplinary team and exchange with biologists, clinicians and bioinformaticians
Salary range: ≥ 55,000 and < 75,000€ annual gross
Workplace: montpellier – FRANCE
Skill area: Biology, Medicine, Health
Starting date: ASAP Please submit a cover letter summarizing your past experience and research interests and CV including the names and contact information of 2 references via email to firstname.lastname@example.org