Université de Strasbourg

IMCBio Graduate School offers PhD positions starting October 2024 in Strasbourg

2024-03-17 (Europe/Paris)
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Duration: 3 years
Starting date: 1st October 2024
Job status: Temporary, 35 hours/week

The IMCBio Graduate School from the University of Strasbourg is recruiting PhD students in 2024 through its international PhD program. (The list of projects and number of positions will be updated until January 15, 2024.)

This interdisciplinary program, funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR), provides Awardee PhD students with a 3-year doctoral contract, mobility support, high-level training sessions and access to state-of-the-art research platforms, as well as possibilities to travel abroad to learn new techniques.

PhD research projects in life sciences cover the IMCBio graduate school’s main research domains:

Development and stem cells

Functional genomics and cancer

Integrated structural biology

Translational medicine and neurogenetics

Architecture and reactivity of RNA

Insect models of innate immunity

Plant Biology

Genomes expression and cross-talk in mitochondrial function and dysfunction

Viral hepatitis and liver diseases

The IMCBio graduate school from the University of Strasbourg builds on the strong research developed in four Laboratories of Excellence (LabEx) INRT (Integrative biology: Nuclear dynamics, Regenerative and Translational medicine), MitoCross (Mitochondria-nucleus Cross-talk), NetRNA (Networks of regulatory RNAs) and HepSYS (Functional genomics of viral hepatitis and liver disease), which cover all areas of molecular and cellular biology at the levels of molecular factors, genes, cells and organisms from model systems to diseases. The complementarities and synergies between the LabEx researchers constitute an attractive training community for future IMCBio PhD students. Trainees also benefit from outstanding technology infrastructures and platforms to develop high-level research projects in a stimulating and interdisciplinary environment.

All thesis project and application form are available on our IMCBio PhD Call dedicated website

For your application you will need: 

  • An up-to-date CV (PDF format, less than 2MB)
  • Your last diploma and transcripts (PDF format, less than 2MB). Additional diplomas can be added if you consider them relevant (Required education level: Master degree or equivalent)
  • A motivation letter
  • A description of your master work and previous research experiences
  • We request two letters of recommendation from scientists who are familiar with your academic work and who can judge your potential as a PhD student. We strongly recommend that you fill-in stage 2 "academic referees" on our website as soon as possible in order to provide your referees enough time to give their feedback online. (Feedback from referees must be done by filling an online form. Access to the form is granted to the referee once you fill the second stage of your application on our website.)


  • Salary according to French PhD contract
  • Social security
  • Mobility support
  • "Mature your PhD" (see website)

Contact: imcbio@unistra.fr

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IMCBio Graduate School offers PhD positions starting October 2024 in Strasbourg
4 rue Blaise Pascal CS 90032 Strasbourg, France
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2024-03-17 23:59 (CET)
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