Postdoctoral Position in Genetics (M/F), Orsay, France

Postdoc in France
Postdoctoral Position in Genetics (M/F): Institut Curie – Research Center is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to join a dynamic team working on the spatio-temporal regulation of genome stability mechanisms in response to DNA replication perturbations. This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge cancer research in a collaborative and international environment.

Postdoctoral Position in Molecular & Cellular Genetics (M/F)

Summary Table

TitlePostdoctoral Position in Molecular & Cellular Genetics (M/F)
DesignationPostdoctoral Researcher
Research AreaGenome Stability, Cancer Research
LocationOrsay, France
Eligibility/QualificationPhD in biology, cellular biology, or related fields; Expertise in yeast genetics, genome stability, molecular cell biology, proteomics, and genomics data analysis; Fluency in English (French is a plus)
Job DescriptionConduct research on nuclear architecture and genome stability; Implement innovative proteomic and genomic approaches; Collaborate within a team; Full-time, fixed-term contract
How to ApplySend CV, list of publications, cover letter, and two references to
Last Date for ApplyOctober 1, 2024


Postdoctoral Researcher

Research Area

  • Genome Stability
  • Cancer Research


Orsay, France


  • PhD in biology, cellular biology, or related areas
  • Fresh PhD graduate or with up to 3 years of postdoctoral experience
  • Expertise in yeast genetics and scientific expertise in the field of genome stability
  • Expertise in molecular cell biology, proteomics, and genomics data analysis
  • Fluency in English; French is a plus
  • Ability to work independently, managerial abilities, and aptitude for teamwork
  • Highly motivated, curious, and enthusiastic to work in a collaborative team
  • Open to individuals with disabilities

Job Description

  • Conduct research on how nuclear architecture contributes to genome stability in response to replication perturbations
  • Investigate the nuclear pore complex and its role in promoting replication fork repair in yeast S. pombe
  • Implement innovative proteomic and genomic approaches as part of the Space-ForkIn consortium funded by the ANR
  • Collaborate within a team of around 8 members, including PhD students, post-docs, engineers, and researchers
  • Full-time, fixed-term contract (1 year, renewable for 1 additional year)
  • Start date: As soon as possible
  • Remuneration according to current grids
  • Benefits include collective catering, reimbursement of transportation fees up to 70%, and supplementary health insurance

How to Apply

  • Send your CV, list of publications, and cover letter to
  • The cover letter should clearly state your motivation and scientific curiosity for the project
  • Include at least two names of scientific personalities likely to recommend you
  • Applications will be processed on a rolling basis, so the position may be filled before the application deadline

Last Date for Apply

October 1, 2024

For more details about the team and research projects, visit: Institut Curie Research Team.



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