Early Stage Researcher position: H2020 European Training Network List_MAPS
We are looking for an Early Stage Researcher position within a Horizon 2020 EU-funded Marie Sklodowska Curie European Training Network. It will be located at the research unit UMR Agroecology, INRA/Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France. The project involves multiple international academic and private participants, and seeks to develop a better understanding of the ecology of Listeria monocytogenes through a systems biology approach. In accordance with the rules of this programme, candidates must not have worked or studied more than 12 months in France within the last 3 years. Interested candidates must be in the first 4 years of their researcher career with significant experience in microbiology, microbial ecology and/or transcriptomics.
Investigation of the adaptive strategies of L. monocytogenes in soil/plants mesocosms
This project will focus on the response of L. monocytogenes to the complex microbial communities during survival in the soil and plant rhizosphere. This will include RNA-Seq and mutagenesis approaches in order to explore the mechanisms triggered by the edaphic conditions and to characterise phenotypes under these environmental conditions.
- Closing date for application: 31 July 2017
- Start date: 1 September 2017
- Localisation: UMR Agroecology, INRA/UB, Dijon, France
- Contract Type: Fixed Term Whole‐Time
- Duration: 15 months
- Job Type: Research
- Number of positions: 1
- Salary: Gross salary of 2425€ /month + Net mobility allowance of 600€ / month
Please send a cover letter, CV, two reference letters and a transcript of results of the last 3 years of University studies (including modules and courses) by email to the supervisor:
Dr Pascal Piveteau, firstname.lastname@example.org