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French Parasitology Alliance For Health Care

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Project Title: 
Why and how trypanosomes build a flagellar pocket collar; a structure-function study

Project leader:
Dr Mélanie Bonhivers (Protist Parasite Cytoskeleton team, laboratory MFP UMR5234, University of Bordeaux/ CNRS)

Start of PhD project:
May-October 2021

Qualification and experience:
Expected skills
- General knowledge of cellular / molecular biology, cell culture
- General interest in cellular biology and parasitology
- Knowledge of fluorescence microscopy
- Expertise in super resolution microscopy, or electron microscopy or cryo-electron microscopy and image analysis would be an advantage.

- Rigor, experimental ethics
- Sense of organization, ability to manage multiple tasks in parallel
- Knowing how to work autonomously but in interaction with other members of the group
- Sense of teamwork
- Ability to adapt / Quickness of mind / strong motivation
- Understanding of written and oral English

Questions and applications ?
Send a full CV, a cover letter and the contact details of one or two referents to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Job description: 

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Title : 
Postdoctoral Researcher in Gene Regulation of Malaria Parasites

Supervisor :
Dr. Richard Bartfai (Malaria Epigenomics Group, Department of Molecular Biology at Radboud University, Nijmegen, Pays-Bas)

Start Date :

Qualifications and experiences:

  • PhD in molecular/cellular biology or a related field.
  • Experience or at least a keen interest in systems biology approaches (including RNA-, ChIP-, ATAC-seq, proteomics, or single-cell transcriptomic approaches).
  • A good working knowledge of English.
  • Strong analytical skills and a result-oriented attitude.
  • Creative thinking and a high degree of independence.
  • Experience with culturing and genetic manipulation of malaria parasites and/or experience with bioinformatic analysis of large datasets would be an advantage.

Questions ?

For more information about this vacancy, please contact:
Richard Bartfai, Assistant Professor
Tel.: +31 24 361 0561
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Details and application: 

Application deadline : 21 February 2021

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Projects' title: 
Postdoctoral Position in Biochemistry & Proteomics

Dr. Elisabeth Davioud-Charvet (LIMA-Strasbourg) and Dr. Stephanie Blandin (IBMC, Strasbourg)

Offer Starting Date:

Qualifications and experiences:

We are looking for a highly motivated and ambitious candidate with a strong background in mass spectrometry analysis of proteins (essential) and possibly experience in biochemistry and cell culture. Additional expertise in click chemistry and/or photoirradiation would be appreciated. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of scientific excellence, very good communication and writing skills, as well as a strong commitment to experimental work. The candidate should be able to perform independent research and to engage in collaborations with co-workers within this project. Knowledge of the French language is not required, but thorough knowledge of English, both oral and written is mandatory. The postdoc position may be extended by 1 year.

Questions and application ?

Dr. Elisabeth Davioud-Charvet (elisabeth.davioud (at) Application deadline : 05/02/2021

More details:

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Project Title: 
Mitochondrial Biogenesis in Parasitic Protozoa

Project leader:
Prof. André Schneider (Mitochondrial biogenesis in the parasitic protozoa Trypanosoma brucei, Research group of André Schneider, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Bern/Switzerland.)

Start of PhD project:
Coming up

Qualification and experience:

PhD Student
- background in Molecular and Cell biology and/or in Biochemistry.
- has to fulfill the requirements - and will be part - of the Graduate School for Cellular and Biomedical Sciences of the University of Bern (
- Knowledge in German is desired but not required

- at least one first author publication in a peer reviewed journal.
- Expertise in mitochondrial biology and/or parasitic protozoa is a plus.
- Knowledge of German is desired but not required.

Questions and applications ?

PhD Student : send your motivation letter, CV, a summary of your master thesis and the names of two referees by email to Prof. André Schneider (andre.schneider (at) 

Postdoc : send your motivation letter, CV and the names of two referees by email to Prof. André Schneider (andre.schneider (at)

More detail and Job description:



Engineer in Cell Biology 
Lille, France

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Engineer in Cell Biology (12 months)

Analysis of immune responses associated with protection against neuromalaria during Plasmodium-Toxoplasma gondi co-infection.

Work on the campus of the Pasteur Institute of Lille at the CIIL (Joint Research Unit CNRS 9017-INSERM1 1019-University of Lille) in a research team located on two locations (Cayenne and Lille)

>Qualification and experience:
 Master in Cell Biology 
 General knowledge in immunology, parasitology (desired).
 Good knowledge and skills in biochemistry, cell culture, electrophoresis, flow cytometry, histology, Elisa, RTqPCR, small animal microscopy and imaging, statistical analysis.
 To be autonomous in the organization of the project.
 ATrained in animal experimentation.
 Good knowledge and use of hygiene and safety rules.
 management of stocks and laboratory orders
 Strong interest in teamwork and knowledge transfer
 Good writing and communication skills in English + skills in informatics
 Know how to present results during work meetings and write experience reports.

Candidature :
Applicants must apply online at

Annonce :
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