Postdoctoral Fellow in Studying the Role of mSWI/SNF Complexes in Nucleotide Excision Repair
The Coin (https://www.igbmc.fr/equipes/expression-et-reparation-du-genome) and Bergamin (https://www.igbmc.fr/en/recherche/teams/structural-and-functional-basis-of-chromatin-remodelling) labs are dedicated to advancing the understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying chormatin remodeling and DNA repair processes. We are seeking a highly motivated and talented postdoctoral fellow to join our two teams and contribute to a cutting-edge co-founded research project focused on elucidating the role of mSWI/SNF complexes in nucleotide excision repair.
IGBMC / POST DOC F.COIN/E.BERGAMIN
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The successful candidate will work closely with our two interdisciplinary teams of scientists to investigate the intricate connections between mSWI/SNF complexes and nucleotide excision repair mechanisms. The project aims to uncover novel insights into the repair of DNA damage and its implications in cancer biology and genomic stability.
- Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, or a related field
- Background in DNA repair mechanisms, nucleotide excision repair, and chromatin remodeling will be a plus
- Experience in biochemical assays, cell culture techniques, and molecular biology methods
What we offer :
- Access to state-of-the-art research facilities and resources of IGBMC
- Collaborative and stimulating research environment both at the team and department level (https://www.igbmc.fr/genomique-fonctionnelle-et-cancer)
- Opportunities for career development and mentorship