LeBorgne:Back Door

From OpenWetWare

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 16: Line 16:
== Nicolas Loyer, Ph.D Student ==
== Nicolas Loyer, Ph.D Student ==
-
Congratulations to Nicolas wha has been selected to attend the prestigious 'Santa Barbara Advanced School of Quantitative Biology 2013'
+
Congratulations to Nicolas who will attend the prestigious 'Santa Barbara Advanced School of Quantitative Biology 2013'
  link to the programme: http://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/qbio
  link to the programme: http://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/qbio

Revision as of 05:53, 6 September 2013

Image:Cover_web_page_OpenWetWarebis.tif‎


Home        Contact        Position/news        Lab Members        Publications        Research        Collaborators        Useful links       


Contents

Nicolas Loyer, Ph.D Student

Congratulations to Nicolas who will attend the prestigious 'Santa Barbara Advanced School of Quantitative Biology 2013'

link to the programme: http://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/qbio

Post-doctoral position in Cell and Developmental biology

A post-doctoral position is available in my laboratory for a period of 2-3 years. Our research focuses on the regulation of the spatio-temporal activation of Notch signaling and cell polarity following asymmetric cell division in Drosophila (http://openwetware.org/wiki/LeBorgne). The post-doctoral project is the follow up of our recent publication (Founounou et al, (2013) Developmental Cell 24(3); 242-55) and aims at studying cytokinesis of polarized epithelial cells that divide symmetrically versus asymmetrically in vivo. The team is part of Institute of Genetics and Development of Rennes (http://igdr.univ-rennes1.fr/) (France). Rennes is the capital of Brittany, in northwestern France, with easy and direct access to Paris, Charles de Gaulle Airport (around 2 hours by train) and Dinard Airport (45 min by car, flight to Stansted Airport, UK). The Institute of Genetics and Development of Rennes is dynamic and expanding, with 20 teams representing 200 international researchers and staff, including several recently established young groups. Research at the IGDR covers a wide range of subjects in cell biology, taking advantage of most classical model systems while strongly promoting interdisciplinary approaches. The Institute benefits from state of the art core facilities including advanced light and electron microscopy services. I am looking for a motivated candidate with a PhD and validated experience in genetics, time-lapse imaging and quantitative image analysis. Current position has no nationality restrictions. IGDR is an equal opportunity employer. Complete CV and contact information for two referees should be sent to Dr Roland Le Borgne (roland.leborgne@univ-rennes1.fr)

Patrick Humbert from PeterMcCallum Cancer Center is on sabbatical for a year (2012-2013)

Image:Photo_patrick.jpeg‎ http://www.petermac.org/Research/CellCycleandCancerGeneticsProjects

Mathieu Cotton won the price from the SBCF to attend the 2011 ASCB meeting (Denver, Colorado)

for his original work on the role of Aurora A on the endocytic activity of Numb: http://www.ascb.org/meetings/

Nabila Founounou won the Poster Price at the CCCD meeting (Saint Malo, France)

image:CCCD-20011-246.jpg

Congratulations Nabila!

http://cccd-2011.univ-rennes1.fr/index.php
Personal tools