You are a highly motivated candidate with an excellent academic record You want to start an innovative PhD project in 2020, then
apply and join the IMCBio graduate school!
The deadline is March 1, 2020 (noon time Paris).
Candidates can register here.
The IMCBio graduate school at the University of Strasbourg builds on the cutting edge research developed in three Laboratories of Excellence (LabEx) — INRT (Integrative biology: Nuclear dynamics, Regenerative and Translational medicine), MitoCross (Mitochondria-nucleus Cross-talk) and NetRNA (Networks of regulatory RNAs) — which cover diverse areas of molecular and cellular biology at the levels of molecular factors, genes, cells and organisms, from model systems to diseases. The combination of these LabEx consortia provides a unique opportunity for PhD students to get an overview of gene regulation in microbial, plant and animal systems. The available research topics encompass nuclear organization and epigenetics; transcriptional, translational, post-transcriptional and post-translational events; crosstalk between the nucleus, cytoplasm and organelles; and cell-to-cell communication.
The complementarities and synergies between the LabEx researchers constitute an attractive training community for future IMCBio PhD students. Trainees benefit from outstanding laboratory infrastructure and technology platforms to develop their graduate research projects in a stimulating and interdisciplinary environment.