The Lavial Lab is seeking 2 talented postdoctoral scientists with strong background in cancer and/or reprogramming biology, to explore the control of cellular identity and plasticity during oncogenic transformation and reprogramming. More information
The Lavial Lab is seeking a talented bioinformatician (engineer or postdoc) to explore the cellular trajectories of oncogenic transformation and reprogramming. More information.
Computational Biologist: single cell OMICS & immune-oncology
We are seeking a Computational Biologist to join C Caux’s team to work on identifying key immune surveillance pathways and immune escape mechanisms operating in tumors. The candidate will identify novel immunosurveillance pathways by performing a comprehensive comparison of tumors from patients with a paraneoplastic neurological syndrome (PNS) and conventional non-PNS tumors through computational analysis of single cell RNA-sequencing data of immune cells, tumor cells and stromal cells, antigen receptor sequencing data and of spatial data of the tumor immune contexture.
A postdoctoral position is available in the “Cancer Cell Plasticity in Melanoma” lab (Dr Julie Caramel and Pr Stéphane Dalle) : Deciphering the crosstalk between tumor and immune cells mediating resistance to immunotherapy in metastatic melanoma. More information
The “TGF-beta and Immune Response” team, headed by Dr. Julien C. Marie is seeking a postdoctoral fellow. As part of a larger consortium led by Dr. Saïdi SOUDJA, the candidate will contribute to a project aimed at decoding the interaction between epithelial cells and T lymphocytes in the gut. More information
INSERM is looking for a Project Manager (M/F) to lead and coordinate the implementation of the H2020 collaborative research project “IP-cure-B”: “Immune profiling to guide host-directed interventions to cure HBV infections”, coordinated by Fabien Zoulim (Zoulim Team) For more information
Computational Biologist: Onco-immunology
We are seeking a Computational Biologist to join C Caux’s team to work on onco-immunological projects in close collaboration with the Gilles Thomas Bioinformatics Platform (Dr Alain Viari, CLB). General objectives of the team are to identify key immune surveillance and immune escape mechanisms induced by tumors, and to better understand the respective roles of immuno-regulatory receptors (immune checkpoints) of innate and adaptive immunity in the objective to develop new drugs and combinatorial therapeutic strategies. More information
Group leader position
The CRCL is looking for an outstanding scientist to establish an innovative research program in the field of basic research in pediatric oncology (may include but is not limited to developmental biology, hematology, and multidisciplinary approaches, such as physics and maths, applied to oncology) and in association with the expertise developed at the CRCL More information
The “Cell death and cancer” team, headed by Gabriel Ichim is looking for a motivated postdotoral fellow. The candidate will develop an exciting project on the non-canonical role of the apoptotic caspase-3 in melanoma aggressiveness. More information
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