Postdoctoral positions

We aim at recruiting postdocs willing to work in an interdisciplinary life-science environment.
This year, we will recruit postdocs on the interdisciplinary projects that are listed below.
To apply to one of these projects, click on the related link and fill the form.


Deadline for application: 28th February

Contract duration: 24 months

Informal enqueries:

PD2018-03 - Computational study of cell pattern emergence in embryonic and tumorigenic tissues

PD2018-04 - Network model of giant depolarizing potentials in the developing hippocampus

PD2018-06 - Smart-scans for live imaging of morphogenetic processes

PD2018-07 - Linking G-protein interactions to multicellular behaviors in a model bacterium

PD2018-08 - Deciphering the role of PTEN in leukemic T-cell development using systems biology approaches

PD2018-10 - Deep Learning and animal behavior modelling

Principal Investigators

PhD Students

We aim at attracting students willing to work in an interdisciplinary life-science environment and with backgrounds in cell or developmental biology, immunology, neurosciences, theoretical physics, biophysics, computer science, bioinformatics, applied mathematics, engineering.

Candidates are asked to select the projects in order of interest (up to 3) and rank them in the application form.


Deadline for application: 15th April

Informal enqueries:


PHD2018-01 - Using single cell transcriptomics to classify neuron types in two brain regions relevant to social behavior: the olfactory bulb and the hippocampal CA2

PHD2018-02 - Visualizing deep hippocampus neuronal functional activity in vivo using ultra-thin 2-photon endoscopes

PHD2018-03 - Understanding uORF functions through dendritic cells biology and computational approaches

PHD2018-04 - Using higher-order biological networks to explore temporal patterns in cell cycle control

PHD2018-05 - 3D optical microscopy for quantifying T lymphocyte activation

PHD2018-06 - Life and death of Salmonella-containing vacuoles

PHD2018-07 - Dynamics of a self-organized multicellular system

PHD2018-08 - Bacterial adaptation by OXPHOS dynamics: from single cell biology to gut microbiota

PHD2018-09 - Emerging near-infrared chromophores for photoacoustic bio-imaging

PHD2018-10 - Fluid-induced self-organization of ciliated-cell activity in human lungs

PHD2018-11 - Muscle building: bridging molecular order to macroscopic morphogenesis

PHD2018-12 - Deciphering the activation states of plasmacytoid dendritic cells, their dynamical relationships and their molecular regulation

PHD2018-13 - Mathematic modelling of cell migration in confined domains

PHD2018-15 - A versatile virtual reality system to understand animal navigation



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