Offre partenaire : Human Immunology Pathophysiology Immunotherapy (HIPI) – Inserm/Université Paris Cité
HIPI – Unit 976
The HIPI unit (https://hipi-lab-saint-louis.fr/) is an internationally recognised research centre in the field of human immunology applied to physiopathology and improved clinical management of immunological diseases. The unit is composed of ten research teams with more than 200 members, including academic researchers, clinicians, post-doctoral fellows, PhD students and administrative staff. HIPI is located within the hospital Saint-Louis fostering strong collaborations with numerous clinical departments (including oncology, haematology, transplantation, inflammatory diseases) and access to human samples. The unit is part of the Saint-Louis Research Institute (IRSL), with state-of-the-art on-site core facilities, including genomics, FACS and animal facilities. The HIPI unit is located in the centre of Paris, in the dynamic canal district near Republique. Our unit offers a unique opportunity for career development in an exciting professional environment characterised by an open and collaborative culture. The site has an active seminar program and hosts regular training sessions in molecular and cellular biology.
The HIPI unit plans to recruit a junior group leader to develop basic or translational research projects in the field of immune-oncology, stem cells and immunity or immune-inflammation. In addition, special attention will be given to expertise in immunotherapy, cellular therapy, bioinformatics and epigenomics. The future new team will benefit from state-of-the-art scientific equipment, dedicated laboratory and office space, as well as access to technological platforms
Candidates should have several years of post doctoral experience. They will be evaluated by an international jury that will select on the basis of the quality of their scientific track record, their project, and their ability to scientifically interact with existing teams.
The successful candidate will benefit from a seed grant from the unit and will meet criteria for obtaining a French institutional research position (Inserm or University) as well as a national starting grant or international funding. The selected candidate will be strongly supported for these applications by the laboratory.
Application should be submitted by email to Hubert.firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th May 2022. Interviews of selected candidates will be scheduled end of June 2022.
Application must include a full CV, a letter of motivation, a description of research to date and a research project (3-5 pages) and at least two letters of recommendation