Job offers and opportunities

We are an enthusiastic team that is always willing to welcome and share its passion for science with dynamic, motivated and creative researchers.

 

Candidates should be highly motivated, committed and be willing to take on intellectual, scientific, technical and competitive challenges. Postdoctoral applicants should have a record of delivering high quality research. Experience in the subjects of genome integrity, genomics or cancer genetics/biology; in NGS techniques, data analysis and/or computational biology would be desirable.

 

Applicants should send a cover letter with a statement of research experience and research interests and a C.V. to Ludovic Deriano (ludovic.deriano@pasteur.fr).

 

 

The Institut Pasteur offers multiple possibilities for foreign students and researchers to join its research teams. Check out:

 

The Pasteur-Paris University International graduate program (for grad student applicants)

 

The Pasteur Foundation fellowships (for post-doctoral applicants from the US)

 

The France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (visiting fellowships for Stanford University grad students and postdocs)

 

Updated on 14/02/2014

Access

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Our laboratory is located on the 4th floor of the Bâtiment Metchnikoff (building #67 on the map below), room 4022, on the Institut Pasteur Paris campus.

The nearest subway station is “Pasteur” on the lines 6 and 12. 

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Contact

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Ludovic Deriano, Ph.D.

 

G5 Lymphocyte Development and Oncogenesis

Immunology Department – Metchnikoff building (#67)

 

INSTITUT PASTEUR

25, rue du Docteur Roux

75724 PARIS Cedex 15, FRANCE


Office tel: +33 (0)1 44 38 93 55

Laboratory tel : +33 (0)1 44 38 93 57

E-mail : ludovic.deriano@pasteur.fr

 

Administrative assistant

Cécile Nizak

E-mail :cecile.nizak@pasteur.fr

Tel : +33(0)1 45 68 82 41

Fax: (0)1 40 61 31 60
 

Lab news

November 2013: Valentine Murigneux, bioinformatician, joins us to find novel cancer mutations!

 

September 2013: Nicole Clarke, grad student at Stanford University, joins our lab for a 4 months internship.

 

August 2013: Christophe Clouin joins the lab as a post-doctoral fellow.

 

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