LabEx Cell(n)Scale

Transition fellowships

Exceptionally, the LabEx Cell(n)Scale may provide up to 3 months fellowships to support the finalization of research projects conducted by PhD students or postdocs working in LabEx teams.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Research projects must fall in the scope of the LabEx scientific project 
  • Applicants must show that they investigated other means to finance the end of their research work but did not find any other solution
  • Applicants must have clear work perspectives for the near future (i.e. postdoctoral position, contract in a private company…)

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

  • Applicant motivation letter explaining notably: 1/ the nature of the work to finalize and the remaining steps (notably experiments to finalize, articles in writing/review…), 2/ other funding alternatives, and 3/ defined work perspectives for the future 
  • Résumé (CV)
  • Letter from the current team leader/advisor supporting the application

LabEx Transition fellowships allocated since 2012

  • Aleksandra Chikina, 2020: Heterogenity of myofiboblasts in colon mucosa
  • Alena Ivashenka, 2020: Glycolipid-dependent and Lectin-driven transcytosis in mouse
  • Majdouline Abou Ghali, 2019: Biomimetism of cellular movement
  • Laura Caccianini, 2019: Single molecule imaging of CTCF and Cohesin: a focus on chromatin organizers
  • Sami Al-Izzi, 2019: Dynamics of lipid membrane tubes
  • Camille Simon, 2019: Exploring actin-driven cell shape changes with biomimetic cells
  • Clementine Villeneuve, 2019: The oncogene aPKCi, new regulator of early cell dissemination
  • Anand Patwardhan, 2016-2017
  • Guillaume Duclos, 2016
  • Nicola De Franceschi, 2016
  • Lou Fourrière, 2016
  • Quentin Vagne, 2016