Spontaneous application for PhD thesis or Postdoctoral stays are welcome provided that you are willing to apply for competitive fundings or have already secured your fellowship.
Master internship offer to study the contribution of microtubule dynamics and spindle mechanics for correct chromosome segregation
We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher interested in microtubule mechanics and cell division. Indeed, the rigidity of microtubules in vivo appears to be different from the measured one in vitro. However, how the microtubule rigidity is regulated in vivo is not well-known. We previously suggested that it plays an important role in spindle positioning. Furthermore, we would like to study the bending rigidity contribution to a faithful and accurate cell division using the C. elegans one-cell embryo and human cell lines.
If you share similar research interests and aim to get your own funding, we will help you to find it so that you can join our lab on the proposed topic. Do not hesitate to contact us for more details.