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04/27/2020
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Several postdoctoral fellowships are available at LabEx Cell(n)Scale laboratories. Fellowships are for 6 to 12 months since they aim at initiating new research projects in the frame of the LabEx scientific objectives. During this period, the grantees will be asked to apply for other funding sources in order to liberate LabEx funding as early as possible to allow funding of other candidates. Selected postdoctoral fellows will be asked to present the progress of their project at a LabEx seminar one year after its start.
Postdoc program - image team Hersen

Eligibility criteria:

  • Host laboratory needs to be a member of the LabEx Cell(n)Scale
  • Positions are open to all nationalities
  • Applicants should be external to the LabEx Cell(n)Scale; notably, they cannot have benefited from previous postdoctoral grants in the LabEx

Evaluation of applications are made every 3 months by the LabEx steering committee based on the following criteria:

  • Quality of the research project: integration of the research project in the LabEx scientific project and expected outcomes
  • Interdisciplinarity: priority will be given to research proposals at the interface between biology, physics and chemistry
  • Quality of previous work: applicants will be judged on their publications records and are supposed to be eligible for other fellowships at the end of the LabEx grant.

Applications must comprise (in the application form to download on the right):

  • Agreement of the hosting team leader to receive the applicant including starting dates
  • Full CV including publications of the applicant
  • Applicant motivation letter
  • Brief description of the research project to be conducted during the fellowship (maximum 2 pages)
  • At least one letter of recommendation

 LabEx postdoctoral fellows since 2012

Marusa Lampic
     

Marusa Lampic

     

Postdoctoral fellow 2020-2021, Team Baffet / Goud (UMR168), Investigating the role of ECM secretion for regulation of brain size using in vitro-derived human cerebral organoids

 

     
Eugenio-Lugo-De-La-Mora
Carlos Perez-Gonzalez
Alessandro Donada
Frances Edwards

Eugenio
de la Mora

Carlos Perez
Gonzalez

Alessandro
Donada

Frances
Edwards

Postdoctoral fellow 2020, Team Lévy (UMR168) Membrane remodeling at subnanometric scales using cryo-electron tomography (Cryo-ET) Postdoctoral fellow 2019-2020, Team Vignjevic (UMR144) Uncovering the mechanical cues behind cancer cell plasticity Postdoctoral fellow 2019-2020, Team Perié (UMR168) Simultaneous tracking of cell divisions, lineages and differentiation outcomes in single hematopoietic stem cells Postdoctoral fellow 2019, Team Basto (UMR144) Investigating the link between centrosome number alterations and response to chemotherapy in human Epitelial Ovarian Cancers (hEOCs)
Thanh Nguyen Ho Bouldoires
Thomas Vourch
Gehenna L Guerrero
Ilker Efe

Thanh Nguyen
Ho Bouldoires

Thomas
Vourc’h

Gehenna
L Guerrero

Ilker
Efe

Postdoctoral fellow 2019, Team Farge (UMR168) Magnetic targeting and ultrasonic release of the inhibitors of the mice colon mechanotransductive tumorigenic pathways in vivo Postdoctoral fellow 2018-2019, Team Silberzan (UMR168)
Impact of the nematic organization of fibroblasts on their coexistence with populations of cancer cells.
Postdoctoral fellow 2018-2019, Team Goud (UMR144)
RAB6 GTP-ase in polarized secretion.
Postdoctoral fellow 2019, Team Joanny/Sens (UMR168)
Variation of the cell volume induced by ablation of the centrosome.
Gulvady Ranjit Shiva
Malinda Raj
Simon De Beco
Veer Keizer

Gulvady
Ranjit Shiva

Malinda
Raj

Simon
De Beco

Veer
Keizer

Postdoctoral fellow 2019, Team Bassereau (UMR168)
Measuring forces between membrane proteins with DNA-ForceSensor.
Postdoctoral fellow 2018-2019, Team Basto (UMR144)
Unravelling the contribution of Cep89 to human ovarian cancers.
Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2019, Team Dahan (UMR168)
Single cells process signals of polarity during their migration.
Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2019, Team Dahan (UMR168)
Probing chromosome mechanics and organization with intra-nuclear magnetic manipulation.
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Lia Domingues
Karl Petersen
Dhiraj Bhatia

Jose Ignacio
Valenzuela

Lia
Domingues

Karl
Petersen

Dhiraj
Bhatia

Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2018, Team Perez (UMR144)
Targeting the intracellular trafficking of Epha2 and Ephrina1 during carcinogenesis.
Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2018, Team Raposo (UMR144)
Mechano-sensing role of caveolae in the skin.
Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2018, Team Houdusse (UMR144)
Mechanics of Myo6: regulation and function.
Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2018, Team Johannes (UMR3666/U1143)
Monofunctionalized DNA nanodevices to probe clathrin independent endocytosis.
Sudarshan Gadadhar
Sonia Aguera Gonzalez
Joanna Podkalicka
Nagagireesh Bojanala

Sudarshan
Gadadhar

Sonia Aguera Gonzalez

Joanna
Podkalicka

Nagagireesh
Bojanala

Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2018, Team Janke (UMR3348)
Control of ciliary stability and functions by tubulin glycylation – mechanisms and physiological implications.

Postdoctoral fellow 2017-2018, Team Chavrier (UMR144)
DNA damage-generating stress experienced by tumor cells within the microinvasive foci and its contributionto the invasive switch of breast cancers.

 

Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Bassereau (UMR168)
A new function for caveolin in the active transport of sphingolipids to the plasma membrane – role in pathophysiology.
Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Sykes (UMR168)
Role of acto‐myosin based force production in cell invasion in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Sergio Rincon
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Kathiresan Natarajan
Xavier Heiligenstein

Sergio
Rincon

Ishutesh
Jain

Kathiresan
Natarajan

Xavier
Heiligenstein

Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Tran/Paoletti (UMR144)
Kinesin‐5 dependent and independent mechanisms for spindle assembly.
Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Tran/Paoletti (UMR144)
The role of spindle scaling in chromosome segregation.
Postdoctoral fellow 2016, Team Janke (UMR3348)
Modelling the molecular components of the tubulin code.
Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Raposo (UMR144)
High Space-time resolution correlative light and electron microscopy.
Imei Yu
Reinaldo Garcia-Garcia
César Valades
Victor Yashunsky

Imei
Yu

Reinaldo
Garcia-Garcia

César
Valades

Victor
Yashunsky

Postdoctoral fellow 2016, Team Houdusse (UMR144)
Structural and functional studies of RK6, a mitotic kinesin and prime target for cancer therapy.
Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Lacoste (ESPCI)
Universal fluctuations of protein numbers and cell growth.
Postdoctoral fellow 2016-2017, Team Johannes (UMR3666/U1143)
Global imaging of endocytic events.
Postdoctoral fellow 2015-2016/2017, Team Silberzan (UMR168)
Cellular and supracellular architectures: the many ways to expore the third dimension.
Alessia Castagnino
 Jens-Christian Roeper
Ajay Kumar Mahalka
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Alessia
Castagnino

Jens-Christian
Roeper

Ajay Kumar
Mahalka

Frederik
Verweij

Postdoctoral fellow 2015-2016, Team Chavrier (UMR144)
Role of the polarity protein IQGAP1 in a mechanotransduction-based mechanism of tumor cell invasion in 3D tissues.

 

Postdoctoral fellow 2015-2016, Team Farge (UMR168)
Beta-catenin primary mechano-sensing in vivo.
Postdoctoral fellow 2015-2016, Team Bassereau (UMR168)
Effect of ABC transporter activity on their lateral diffusion and membrane curvature-induced redistribution.
Postdoctoral fellow 2014-2015/2016, Team Raposo (UMR144)
Revealing the physiology of exosome secretion in vivo by a 4D-imaging approach.
Marco Leoni
Kalpana Mandal
Domenik Liße
Senthil Arumugam

Marco
Leoni

Kalpana
Mandal

Domenik
Liße

Senthil
Arumugam

Postdoctoral fellow 2014-2016, Team Joanny/Sens (UMR168)
Statistical properties of migrating cells: implications of substrate viscoelasticity, adhesion and chemoattractant.
Postdoctoral fellow 2014-2015, Team Goud (UMR144)
Spatial mapping of intracellular viscoelastic properties on micropatterned substrates.
Postdoctoral fellow 2014-2015, Team Dahan (UMR168)
Magnetogenetic control of cell migration.
Postdoctoral fellow 2014, Team Johannes (UM3666/U1143)
Lipid Clustering and flow: role in sorting and scission.
Christine Bissig
Soumyananda Chakraborti
Grégory Beaune
 

Christine
Bissig

Soumyananda
Chakraborti

Grégory
Beaune

 

Postdoctoral fellow 2013-2014/2016, Team Raposo (UMR144)
Development of a minimal in vitro system of lipid membrane based amyloidogenesis.

 

Postdoctoral fellow 2013-2014, Team Janke (UMR3348)
Measuring the impact of tubulin heterogeneity on the biophysical properties of the microtubule cytoskeleton using fission yeast and microfluidics.
Postdoctoral fellow 2013-2014, Team Joanny/Sens (UMR168)
Collective migration of cells on soft substrates: traction force field map.
 

 

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