We seek motivated candidates, willing to work in a multi-disciplinary environment. Experience in cell biology, microscopy, molecular biology or biophysics is preferred, but any good application will be considered. If you are interested, please send a CV to Nicolas Minc
Our team is generally interested in understanding basic mechanisms underlying cell shape, cell division and polarity. We couple the use of model organisms (yeast and developing embryos) and biophysical tools (quantitative microscopy, cell manipulation and modeling) to answer basic questions in morphogenesis. You can find more information on our current research on our web page: http://www.minclab.fr/
Rough starting dates for those positions in the first half of 2018.
Our annual lab retreat was held in Etretat this year; science, music, chinese dumplings, and a lot of rain and wind as per tradition!
This is the annual classical dynein meeting: http://www.dynein-workshop.com/
Jeremy gave a seminar and Héliciane presented a poster!
Daniel a specialist of nuclear size scaling who directs a lab at University of Wyoming just joined the lab for 6 months to work with us. Find more info about his research here
Serge Dmitrieff a theoretician coming from Nedelec Lab at EMBL; and Jing Xie an experimental physicist just joined the lab. Welcome !