The  group  will  be   launched  in  September  2018.  We  are  interested  in  developmental,  metabolic  or   behavioural  sex  differences  and  aims  to  understand  how  sex  chromosome   constitution  (XX  versus  XY)  impacts  physiology  across  the  body.  We  are   currently  identifying  new  genes/pathways  and  concepts  driving  sex   chromosome  effects  using  multi-­‐scale  approaches  combining  biochemistry,   genetics  and  cell  biology.  For  this,  we  use  the  fruit  fly  Drosophila  Melanogaster  as   a  model  system.  More  information  can  be  found  on  the  lab  webpage   (­‐team/hudry/).   The  position  will  be  funded  for  2  years  through  an  ATIP-­‐Avenir  grant  and  would   ideally  start  in  December  2018.  We  seek  highly  motivated  candidates  with   interests  in  cell  and  developmental  biology.  Candidates  should  have  a  good   working  knowledge  in  live  imaging  and  image  analysis  or  prior  experience   conducting  behavioural  experiments.  Previous  experience  with  Drosophila  is  a   plus,  but  is  not  mandatory.

 We  strongly  value  team  spirit  and  a  positive  work   environment.   The  institute  of  Biology  Valrose  (27  teams;  300  persons;  25  nationalities)  is  an   international  institute  (English  is  the  working  language)  with  a  rich  and  vivid   scientific  environment.  The  iBV  provides  state  of  the  art  core  facilities,  with  a   collaborative  and  lively  atmosphere  in  a  gorgeous  city/region.   If  you  are  interested,  please  contact  Bruno  Hudry  (   with  your  CV  and  a  brief  statement  of  your research intrests and key areas expertise and up to 3 recommandation contacts. The fund of this post is available for 2 years in the first instance.

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