JOBS

Available internships

Early in the year (Jan-Feb) Master 2 internships are proposed for a practical period in our laboratory. All offers will be listed below.


Role of tetraspanins in the invasion and survival of mycobacteria in the host cell

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Mycobacterium tuberculosis remains one of the most devastating human pathogens. In some industrialized countries, infections caused by atypical mycobacteria surpasse tuberculosis in terms of prevalence.


POSTE de CDD DANS L’EQUIPE de Nathalie ARHEL : Trafic viral, restriction et immunité innée

 

The VTRIS team (Viral Trafficking Restriction and Innate Signaling) studies the crosstalk between viruses and innate immune responses with a particular interest in nuclear pore architecture and nucleo-cytoplasmic trafficking. We have a 12-month vacancy for a research assistant or technician (Bac +3) to support the team’s efforts in identifying novel antivirals that target nuclear import.

The responsibilities of the post are to provide support for the team’s research efforts by performing experiments, providing assistance for students and interns, and helping with general tasks such as ordering products and keeping track of laboratory stocks. The post involves work in L2 and L3 security laboratories, for which the appointee will receive adapted protective wear and training. Previous experience in biochemistry, cellular or molecular biology is essential.
The post offers the possibility to work in a dynamic and supportive academic environment at the research institute IRIM located in the South of France. Montpellier is a vibrant and young city, with many research institutes and technological platforms, making it an ideal environment to do good research. The institute welcomes international applicants; most meetings are in English and speaking French is not mandatory.

If you enjoy working in a team, and are committed to high standards of research, we encourage you to apply! Please send a CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We actively support equality, diversity and inclusion. Salary 1,900-2,300 €/month, depending on experience.

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Post-doctoral position in the VTRIS Team on Innate immunity to arbovirus infections

 

A two-year post-doctoral position is currently available in the VTRIS team « Viral trafficking, restriction and innate signaling » at IRIM, Montpellier, France. Our team is interested in the interplay between viruses and innate immunity, both at the level of innate immune cells (dendritic cells, macrophages, innate lymphoid cells) and at the level of signaling pathways that are triggered by foreign pattern recognition within cells. We have a particularly strong interest in arboviruses that are spread by mosquitoes, including West Nile, Usutu, Zika and Dengue viruses.

We are seeking a highly motivated candidate, with a strong background in virology and/or innate immunity. The applicants are expected to have excellent technical, organization and communication skills. A strong interest in emerging viruses, the ability to perform creative and independent research and self-motivation are essential.

Funding is available for 2 years by the French agency for research (ANR). Salary will be adjusted depending on experience. Starting date: Early 2022.

Candidates should send their applications with a complete CV and contact details for 2 referees by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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POST-DOC POSITION IN MOUGEL’s TEAM (R2D2) IN VIRUS-CELL INTERACTION AND REAL-TIME MICROSCOPY

 

We are looking for an outstanding, highly-motivated candidate to join our team to develop a new project entitled: « Real time imaging of single viral RNA translation: understanding further how murine leukemia viruses (MLV) hijack the cellular pathways! ».


     
   

   

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IRIM
Institut de Recherche en Infectiologie de Montpellier
UMR 9004 - CNRS / UM
1919 route de Mende - 34293 Montpellier cedex 5
FRANCE

 

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