The Epigenetics and Cell Fate Centre is seeking to recruit two talented junior and/or senior group leaders.

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The Epigenetics and Cell Fate Centre is a leading institute exploring cell identity and diversity in physiological and pathological contexts. The Centre is composed of internationally recognized research groups and is affiliated with the CNRS and the Université Paris Cité.

Strengths of the Epigenetics and Cell Fate Centre include a genuine scientific coherence and a dynamic and interactive atmosphere. The Centre also benefits from a lively local environment supporting interdisciplinary research and providing access to state-of-the-art core facilities, including platforms for Imaging, Epigenomics, Lentivector production, Bio-informatics and a Mouse facility.

Candidates should develop projects aligned with the general goals of the Centre. Interdisciplinary projects, including computational biology, biophysics, or mechanobiology will also be welcome. Upon their selection, successful applicants will be expected to secure funding and a permanent position with the CNRS or Université Paris Cité. The Centre will provide strong guidance and assistance with these steps.

Candidates should provide the following information in a single pdf file: (i) a cover letter explaining their motivation for joining the Epigenetics and Cell Fate Centre; (ii) a document formatted using the application form comprising a C.V., a summary of scientific achievements, and proposed research program; (iii) three reference letters.


Applications should be sent to:

The application deadline is September 30, 2024
Preselected candidates will be interviewed in Dec 2024/Jan 2025


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