The VTRIS team (Viral Trafficking Restriction and Innate Signaling) studies
the interplay between viruses and innate immune responses with a particular
interest in nuclear pore architecture and nucleo-cytoplasmic trafficking.
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A 2-year post-doctoral position to examine how nuclear pore complexes regulate
innate immune responses to viruses.
The research institute IRIM is located in Montpellier, 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.
Candidates with a PhD in life sciences or medical sciences
cellular, genetic, epigenetic, intra- and/or inter-lesion).
The candidate must hold a PhD and provide a research project identifying the
The host laboratory must be an Inserm unit.
Importantly, the host lab will
Any project relevant...