Postdoctoral research position, in silico analyses of RNA:proteins complexes at the University of Paris-Saclay (France)

Posted on September 14,

Research will be mostly performed at the SABNP laboratory as part of a research program on investigating and targeting pathological RNA:protein interactions. New technologies are also currently developed to explore cellular and molecular processes involved in gene expression regulation (http://sabnp.univ-evry.fr/?lang=en). The SABNP lab is an INSERM research Unit located in the Genopole campus, the biggest campus in biotechnology in France and is part of the University Paris-Saclay.

We wish to recruit a postdoc to work on RNA:proteins complexes linked to human diseases investigated in the lab.  The candidate must in particular have an expertise in modeling and molecular dynamics of biomacromolecules in general and proteins and possibly RNA in particular. An expertise in processing NMR spectroscopy data for the analysis of biomolecular interactions is also welcome. The in silico approach will be performed in combination with structural and in cell data obtained by the laboratory and its partners.

The candidate should not have worked in France the last past years and could be of any nationality.

Applications have to be submitted to the David Pastré ([email protected]), head of the SABNP lab, by the beginning of November.