Postdoctoral Position Molecular Neuroscience,INSERM, France

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Postdoctoral Position Molecular Neuroscience,INSERM, France

Research area:
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of cortical development.

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position funded by the Paris School of Neurosciences (ENP) (http://www.paris-neuroscience.fr/en/enp/index.php). The project aims to identify molecular pathways and cellular mechanisms of cortical development.
The lab is hosted at the recently opened Institut du Fer à Moulin, an INSERM Neuroscience Research Center affiliated with the University Pierre & Marie Curie (http://www.u839.idf.inserm.fr). We are located at the center of Paris and closely collaborate with its vibrant neuroscience community. The institute provides access to state-of-the art core facilities for molecular and cellular biology, imaging and behavioral studies. The position is open for an ambitious and independent scientist with solid background in molecular biology; experience in areas of functional genomics could be beneficial.

Selected publications:
Arnold, SJ, et al. (2008) The T-box transcription factor Tbr2/Eomes regulates neurogenesis in the cortical subventricular zone. Genes & Development 22(18):2479-84.

Groszer, M., et al. (2008) Impairments of motor learning and synaptic plasticity in Foxp2 R552H heterozygous mice. Current Biology 18(5):354-62

Groszer, M. et al. (2001) Negative regulation of neural stem/progenitor cell proliferation by the PTEN tumor suppressor gene in vivo. Science 294: 2186-2189.

Please send cover letter, CV and contact details of 2-3 referees to:
Dr Matthias Groszer
INSERM U 839
Institut du Fer à Moulin
University Pierre&Marie Curie
17 rue du Fer à Moulin
75005 Paris – France
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