UNICAEN - Université de Caen Normandie

PhD Position in Neuroscience Research at Normandy University

2024-04-01 (Europe/Paris)
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Offer Description

Project Overview: We are excited to offer a fully-funded by ANR PhD position at Normandy University, focused on the investigation of the impact of post-stroke microthrombosis on neurodegeneration. This cutting-edge research project will utilize mouse models of stroke and
employ multimodal in vivo and ex vivo imaging techniques, along with sophisticated data analysis methods.
Key Responsibilities:
- Conducting research using mouse models of stroke.
- Utilizing advanced imaging techniques for in vivo and ex vivo studies.
- Analyzing complex data sets.
Candidate Profile: We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic applicant with:
- A strong interest in neuroscience, photonics, and nanobiotechnology.
- A diploma or M.S. degree in Life Sciences.
- Experience in animal handling and surgery, fluorescent microscopy, and image analysis (preferable but not mandatory).
Benefits:
- Opportunity to work in a dynamic and interdisciplinary research environment.
- Access to state-of-the-art facilities and technologies.
Requirements:
- CV, Master’s degree in life sciences certificate, motivation letter
How to Apply: Please submit your application to Dr. Igor Khalin igor.khalin@inserm.fr
About Us: The Institute Blood and Brain @ Caen-Normandie is at the forefront of neuroscience research, particularly in the areas of stroke, tPA and neurodegeneration. We are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for all our researchers.
Join us in our mission to advance the understanding of neurological diseases and contribute to groundbreaking research!

Requirements

Research Field Other

Education Level Master Degree or equivalent

Skills/Qualifications

We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic applicant with:
-A strong interest in neuroscience, photonics, and nanobiotechnology.
- A diploma or M.S. degree in Life Sciences.
- Experience in animal handling and surgery, fluorescent microscopy, and image analysis (preferable
but not mandatory).

Languages ENGLISH

Level Excellent

Additional Information

Website for additional job details https://www.bb-c.fr/contact/

Work Location(s)

Number of offers available 1

Company/Institute Normandy University, Blood and Brain Institute

Country France

City Caen

Postal Code 14 074

Street Boulevard Henri Becquerel

Where to apply

E-mail igor.khalin@inserm.fr

Contact

City Caen

Website https://www.inserm.fr/en/home/

Street Boulevard Henri Becquerel

Postal Code 14074

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Détails de l'offre

Titre
PhD Position in Neuroscience Research at Normandy University
Localisation
Esplanade de la Paix Caen, France
Publié
2024-02-02
Date limite d'inscription
2024-04-01 23:59 (Europe/Paris)
2024-04-01 23:59 (CET)
Type de poste
PhD
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