European law, health law
The post-doctoral researcher will work under the supervision of the coordinator of the project I-BioLex, Aurélie Mahalatchimy, based in France. He/she will be affiliated to the Centre of International and Community Researches and Studies (CERIC) directed by Eve Truilhé, within UMR 7318 International, Comparative and European Laws (DICE) directed by Marthe Fatin-Rouge Stefanini, in Aix-en-Provence, France.
European law (including the laws of the European Union, Council of Europe, and European Patent Organisation) on biomedical innovations (BI), in areas such as gene therapy, regenerative medicine, or nanomedicine, involves two contrasting processes: fragmentation (division or segmentation), and defragmentation (gathering together, connecting or ‘harmonising’).
At the crossroads between social and human sciences (Law, Sociology and Science and Technology Studies) and biomedical sciences (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biomedical Sciences), I-BioLex aims to explore and explain these legal processes and provide histories of successive developments of both processes in European law on BI.
The main role of the post-doctoral researcher is to assist the coordinator of the project “Fragmentation and defragmentation of law on biomedical innovations” (I-BioLex). This will involve assisting in the project’s research. More particularly, the position involves identifying and analysing the relevant sources of European law on biomedical innovations. The position will also involve writing the project’s reports on progress and recommendations to regulatory institutions. The post-doctoral researcher will also support the coordination of the project.
The net salary will approximately be between 1,900€ and 2,300€ depending on post-doctoral research experience. The salary will be funded by a research grant from the ANR (French National Research Agency) project I-BioLex.
The full-time position is starting from 1st April 2021 for 12 months, renewable for 12 months.
QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION & RESEARCH REQUIREMENTS/DUTIES
This position is open to current post-graduate researchers (with a completed PhD) in Social and Human Sciences, preferably in Law, Political Sciences, or Science and Technology Studies, with strong knowledge in law/regulation.
It is necessary to be fluent in English (written, read, and spoken).
30 November 2020.
REQUESTED DOCUMENTS OF APPLICATION
The application shall include the following documents:
CONTACT TO APPLY
The full application shall be sent by email to Aurélie Mahalatchimy firstname.lastname@example.org, coordinator of the I-BioLex project and to Pascal Gauttier (email@example.com, manager of the I-BioLex project).Apprenez-en davantage
|Intitulé||2-year Post-Doctoral Research Position in Law (ANR I-Biolex)|
|Job location||Jardin du Pharo 58, bd Charles Livon, 13284 Marseille|
|Publié||octobre 7, 2020|
|Date limite d'inscription||novembre 30, 2020|
|Types d'emploi||Post doc  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Droit international,   Droit européen,   Politique de santé  |