Job Market

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Post-doc or PhD Student position available c/o the Center for Infectiology Research, Université Lyon 1

The Center for Infectiology Research (CIRI), INSERM U1111–CNRS, UMR5308 - Université Lyon 1 is inviting applications from enthusiastic post-doctoral candidates or PhD students to join their research program centering on the activation of the innate immune response via the sensing of infected cells. Download details here.

Postdoctoral position available c/o the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute

The Romberg Lab of the CHOP Research Institute is accepting applications for a postdoc position to study epigenetic regulation of healthy and diseased germinal center reactions using genome wide technologies, including RNA-seq, CHiP-seq and ATAC-seq. Details available here.

4 Early Stage Researchers (ESR) - PhD fellowships in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN European Training Network ENDONANO

ENDONANO is a European Industrial Doctorates (EID) funded in the framework of H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN programme. The ENDONANO network aims at delivering industry-oriented PhD training in the field of new concepts and methods for the unbiased and quantitative evaluation of bacterial endotoxin (LPS) in complex matrices. ENDONANO will train 4 Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs) in an overarching training programme involving training-by-research, joint courses of technical, scientific and transferrable skills, participation to public scientific events, and an intense intersectoral networking exchange plan. For full details on application and recruitment procedures can be found here.

PhD position available c/o University of Strasbourg


The Laboratory of Bioimaging and Pathologies, CNRS-UMR 7021, University of Strasbourg, France is seeking a highly motivated postdoc for an interdisciplinary research project on the cellular fate of antigens absorbed on aluminium gels used as vaccines. Click here for more details.