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Technician in Biology with expertise in cell culture

Type of contract and duration: 
Not specified
Position description: 

June 2020: In order to strengthen our team, we are looking to recruit a technician in biology with expertise in cell culture to participate in an innovative research project on the circadian clock and liver diseases.

Profile seeked: 

In order to strengthen our team, we are looking to recruit a technician in biology with expertise in cell culture to participate in an innovative research project on the circadian clock and liver diseases. This position is intended for a rigorous and motivated person, interested in the development of medical research projects to better understand the functioning of a vital organ and its diseases.

At UMR_S1110, Institute for Research on Viral and Hepatic Diseases, we characterize the biological circuits leading to chronic infection by liver viruses as well as liver disease and cancer. The institute has a state-of-the-art infrastructure and offers the possibility to work in a very dynamic and international environment (Eller and Heydmann et al. Nature Commun. 2020, Jühling et al, Gut 2020, Aizarani et al. Nature 2019, Lupberger et al. Gastroenterology 2019, Hamdane et al. Gastroenterology 2019, Mukherji et al., J Hepatol. 2019).

Missions :

Carry out cell culture experiments and gene expression measurements with established protocols.

Participate in related experiments requiring know-how in molecular and cell biology

Participate in shaping the results

Comply with the hygiene and safety rules of the laboratory

Participate in the life of the laboratory

Knowledge:

Experience required

Good basics in cell and molecular biology

Knowledge of health and safety regulations

Mathematical calculation (basic concept)

English language (international laboratory)

Start date: Between September and November 2020

To apply, please send your cover letter (why you are interested in this position) and CV (including your experience and 2 professional references) to Dr. Catherine Schuster (catherine.schuster@unistra.fr) and Dr. Atish Mukherji (mukherji@unistra.fr).