Post-doctoral Position in RNA: Join us in the Paris area, France, for a 2-year post-doctoral position focusing on “Functional Studies of Human RNA Modification Enzymes.” In the Laboratory of Structural Biology of the Cell at Ecole Polytechnique (CNRS, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Palaiseau, France), you will delve into understanding the role of RNA modification enzymes in epitranscriptomic marks, RNA translation, decay, cell proliferation, and organ development.
Designation: Post-doctoral Researcher
Research Area: Functional Studies of Human RNA Modification Enzymes
Location: Palaiseau, France
- Hold a PhD.
- Expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry, and cell biology.
- Interest in RNA translation.
- Knowledge in RNA purification, confocal microscopy, luciferase-based assays, ribosome profiling, or RNAseq.
- Working knowledge of the English language (scientific, oral, and written).
Post-doctoral Position in RNA Modification Enzymes
As a Post-doctoral Researcher, you will collaborate closely with teams in Paris, Strasbourg (France), Belgium, and Germany. You’ll investigate the molecular and cellular functions of human RNA modification enzymes and their roles in cancer cell proliferation, human diseases, and animal brain development. Access and opportunities to learn experimental approaches in biochemistry, cell biology, and structural biology are provided, alongside state-of-the-art core facilities.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should send their applications, including:
- A detailed CV.
- Summary of your current project and relevant skills.
- Contact information for two/three references.
Please submit your application or inquiries to Marc Graille at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Date for Apply: The position is open immediately, and the starting date is flexible depending on your availability.
Salary: Gross monthly salary ranging from €2,993 to €3,431, depending on work experience and in accordance with French salary regulations.
If you’re enthusiastic, motivated, and eager to contribute to a dynamic research environment, apply for this exciting post-doctoral opportunity in the field of RNA modification enzymes in beautiful France.