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Post-doctoral position in Cell and Developmental biology

A post-doctoral position is available in my laboratory for a period of 2 or 3 years starting early 2012. We are interested in functional characterization of the role of clathrin adaptor AP-1 in the spatio-temporal regulation of the Notch signaling pathway and the regulation of epithelial cell polarity. The proposed project aims to gain further insight in the function of AP-1 during Drosophila development using different type of microscopy alongside biochemical, cell biology and genetic approaches. The team is part of the Institut de Génétique et Développement de Rennes (IGDR; http://www.umr6061.univ-rennes1.fr/) dedicated to interactive research in Genetic, Developmental, Cell Biology and Cell Biophysics approaches. The team benefits from state of the art core facilities including advanced light and electron microscopy services. We are looking for a motivated candidate with a PhD and validated experience in genetics, cell biology and/or electron microscopy. Current position has no nationality restrictions. IGDR is an equal opportunity employer. Complete CV and contact information for at least two referees should be sent to Dr Roland Le Borgne (roland.leborgne@univ-rennes1.fr) Additional information can be obtained at the following link: http://openwetware.org/wiki/LeBorgne

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)


Congratulations Nabila!