We are searching for a high-level international post-doctoral fellow to develop an innovative systems approach to the global health challenges of cardiovascular disease towards the prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of a resolution of inflammation. The candidate’s work will involve a multi-omics approach, by performing lipidomic, genomic, and transcriptomic analyses. The project also includes experimental work in animal models as well as human vascular tissues and cells.
The candidate must hold a PhD at the start of the position, with demonstrated skills in biochemistry, clinical epidemiology, and experimental in vivo/in vitro work. Previous experience from lipid analyses, cardiovascular pathophysiology, and knowledge about lipid mediators of inflammation and its resolution are meriting.
TERMS AND TENURE
This two-year position will be based at the unit of Acute and Chronic Cardiovascular Deficiency (DCAC; INSERM Unit UMR_S 1116), and also affiliated with the lipid research laboratory LIBio and the clinical research center CIC-P.
The target start date for the position is October 1, with some flexibility on the exact start date. The duration cannot exceed 24 months.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants are requested to submit the following materials:
• A cover letter applying for the position
• Full CV and list of publications
• Academic transcripts (unofficial versions are fine)
Deadline for application is September 30. Applicants will be continuously interviewed by an Ad Hoc Commission.
Applications are only accepted through email. All document must be sent to:
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