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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

JRF in Bioinformatics @ IIT,Delhi

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Candidates of Indian nationality are invited to appear for the Walk-in test / interview for project appointments under the following project. Appointment shall be on contractual basis on consolidated pay renewable yearly or upto the duration of the project, whichever is earlier.
Title of the Project
Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) – Based De Novo Assembly of Expressed Transcripts and Genome Information in North-East India (RP02943)
Funding Agency
Department of Biotechnology (DBT)
Name of the Project
Investigator
Prof. D. Sundar
Deptt/.Centre
Department of Biochemical Engineering & Biotechnology
Duration of the Project
Upto:06.08.2017
Post (s) Consolidated Pay-slab Qualifications
Jr. Research Fellow Rs.16,000/- p.m. plus HRA @ 30%
          Or
Rs.12,000/- p.m. plus HRA @ 30% (without NET/GATE qualified candidates)
Essential: Candidates having first class B. Tech. /
M.Sc. Degree or equivalent in Bioinformatics / Biotechnology / Life Sciences / Molecular Biology      or any other related field with NET/GATE qualification.
Desirable: Candidates having computer skills
(Linux, Perl, Java, MySQL) and / or experience in advanced Molecular Biology, next generation sequencing data analysis, MD Simulations will be preferred.
Walk In Test / Date of Interview      Time of Interview             Venue
11/11/2014 03.00 p.m.
Committee Room No. 230, Block-I, Department of Biochemical Engineering & Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016.
Ph: 011-26591061
The candidates who fulfill the above qualifications/experience should appear for the interview. Kindly bring your formal application on Form No. IRD/REC-4, which can be downloaded from IRD Website (http://ird.iitd.ac.in/rec) through proper channel along with complete information regarding educational qualifications indicating percentage of marks of each examination passed, details of work experience and a recent passport size photograph, along with original certificates (both academic & professional) for verification on the date of interview. No candidate, who is already employed at the Institute / IRD shall be interviewed unless his/her application has been duly forwarded by their concerned establishment/sections. 5% relaxation of marks may be granted to the SC/ST Candidates. In case of selection of a retired/superannuated government employee, his/her salary will be fixed as per prevailing IRD norms.
  • In case any clarification is required on eligibility regarding the above post, the candidate may contact Prof. D. Sundar at his e-mail id: sundar@dbeb.iitd.ac.in

Application Form for Selection under IRD Sponsored Projects/Consultancies


Jr. Research Fellow @ INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DELHI


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Monday, 20 October 2014

Australian Laureate Fellowship PhD Scholarships

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Professor Ian Paulsen, Professor of Genomics and Deputy Director of the Macquarie Biomolecular Frontiers Centre has been awarded a prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowship. Paulsen will receive $2.7 million in new funding to boost his research into bacteria and its effect on the marine food web.
“When people think of bacteria, they usually just think of them as germs that cause disease,” says Paulsen. “But bacteria actually play crucial roles in all sorts of systems – they were responsible for the original oxygenation of earth’s atmosphere and without bacteria there would be no life on the planet.”
Paulsen’s research has focused on understanding microbial physiology and evolution, in particular in utilising ‘big picture’ or global approaches such as genome sequencing, metagenomics and systems biology. This new project “Building virtual cyanobacteria: moving beyond the genomics era” will continue his investigation.

Macquarie University - Australia's number 1 modern university

Australian Laureate Fellowship PhD Scholarships

We are looking for motivated candidates with excellent academic records to join our ARC Laureate Award funded research team. Our group is located in a state-of-the-art research facility which is part of the Biomolecular Frontiers Research Centre within Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Our dynamic research team has a wide range of expertise in microbiology, molecular biology, oceanography, bioinformatics, systems and synthetic biology. We currently have a number of scholarships (both Masters and PhD) that span the following research areas:

#1. Ecogenomics, evolution and interactions in natural environments


  • This research project will involve fieldwork at coastal sites and on Australia’s new research vessel RV Investigator, working in blue water from the tropics to the Antarctic ice-edge. Techniques include single cell genomics and Stable-Isotope-Probing to unravel interactions and trace the flow of cyanobacteria-derived compounds and energy through the ecosystem.

#2. How marine cyanobacterial adapt to environmental change


  • Many variable factors, biotic (microbial competition, infection, predation) and abiotic (seawater chemistry and physical parameters), influence the distribution and survival of marine cyanobacteria. A range of interdisciplinary projects will use a combination of "omics" tools (e.g. comparative genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics) to study the molecular responses of these microbes to relevant environmental factors.

#3. Building virtual cyanobacteria


  • Developing computational models at both a single cell and ecosystem level. This project will create and model metabolic processes, and generate working virtual cell/ecosystem units supported by experimental data. This research will deliver the first model of marine phototrophic organism and address fundamental questions such as ‘what defines the minimal set of genes required for a free living photosynthetic organism?’

#4. Cyanobacterial transporter characterisation


  • Membrane transporters have a central role in determining the success of an individual in any given environment; essential for nutrient import, waste export and maintenance of osmolarity. This project will have an informatic focus, involving developing tools for handling large datasets, algorithms for transporter characterisation and visualisation. Transporter characterisation is a long-term interest and strength of the Paulsen group and this project will integrate closely with the cyanobacterial modelling work.

#5. Synthetic Biology, building a molecular tool kit

  • Novel gene circuits that respond to signals in a predictable way can be built experimentally by modelling metabolic and regulatory networks in silico. This project will identify and optimise vital molecular pathways within cyanobacteria and develop genetic tools to undertake high-throughput mutant screens, validate models and enable us to optimise cyanobacteria for bioengineering.

Application process:

Interested individuals are invited to discuss these projects with Laureate Fellow Professor Paulsen (ian.paulsen@mq.edu.au). Initial expression of interest should contain a CV and short statement of your research interests. There is potential for additional projects which connect to the overall research focus of the group to be considered and developed together with prospective candidates.

Contact Details

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Professor Ian Paulsen 
Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences
Macquarie University
Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2109
Email: ian.paulsen@mq.edu.au
Phone: 61 2 9850 8152
Fax: 61 2 9850 8313





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Sunday, 19 October 2014

Internships for Bioinformatics & computational biology students

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Each node will host student interns interested in pursuing a research career in mathematical or computational biology at institutions located in its region.
Eligibility: Bachelors (3rd or 4th year) and Masters students
Average duration: 3 months (could be more in certain cases). These internships can be availed at any time during 2015 subject to consent from the faculty mentor.
Fellowship amount: Rs. 10,000 per month. In addition, outstation interns can receive up to Rs. 5000 per month for accommodation and Rs. 3000 for travel (by II A/c train) from and to their home place.

Contact Information:

National Network for Mathematical and Computational Biology
Department of Mathematics
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 560 012
Tel: 080-2360 5390
Email: nnmcb@math.iisc.ernet.in

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who is eligible to apply for this programme?
  • Bachelors (3rd or 4th year) and Masters students in science and engineering. They should be currently enrolled as a student.
Where and when exactly will the internship be conducted?
  • Anytime in 2015, depending on the mutual convenience of the host scientist and you.
Which is the host institute?
  • The institute the person you want to work with is associated.
What type of projects will be held?
  • A research or study project, decided by the host scientist who you intern with, based on your background and the kind of work she/he is engaged in.
Who will be training the interns?
  • The host scientist and her/his group.
What is the duration of the programme?
  • At most 3 months
Is there any fees to apply for this programme?
  • No
Can commerce graduates also apply?
  • No

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LIST OF MENTORS FOR THE YEAR 2015

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Announcing the Bioinformatics SIB Awards 2015

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The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is happy to announce the SIB Awards 2015. These awards consist of three categories:

Key dates:

  • Call for entries: 15 October 2014
  • Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015
  • Awards presentation: 8-10 June 2015 at the [BC]2 Conference in Basel

#1:SIB International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015

This award recognizes the excellent and promising young career of a scientist, or a project he/she has carried out, or a paper he/she has published in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology.
General Conditions

1. Terms and Conditions

  • The award is open worldwide to a young researcher (graduate student or having finished his/her PhD within the last six years preceding the closing date for applications set out in article 7), who has carried out outstanding research centred on bioinformatics or computational biology (hereinafter “the Candidate”).

2. Application requirements

Applications may be submitted by:
  • Any professor working in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology;
  • The Candidate;
(hereinafter “the Applicant”).
Applications must include the following mandatory components:
  • Documentation supporting the application (accepted publication, or two to five page summary of the project/career);
  • For applications submitted by the candidate: a letter of support of the project/PhD supervisor, Head of Department or equivalent;
  • A CV including list of publications.
Applications can include the following optional component:
  • PhD or Master thesis.

All application materials must be submitted in English. Documents must be submitted in PDF format only and the maximum size of the files is 2MB.

3. Selection Criteria

  • The jury will base its selection criteria solely on the scientific excellence of the Candidate.

4. Exclusion Criteria

  • SIB will exclude applications that contradict the present General Conditions.

5. Jury

  • An international jury of high-ranked experts will review the applications and designate the award laureate (hereinafter “the Laureate”). The jury is autonomous and can decide not to attribute the Award. The jury’s decisions are final and without appeal.

6. Award

  • The Laureate will be announced during the 12th [BC]2 Conference in Basel, Switzerland, on 8-10 June 2015 (hereinafter “the [BC]2 Conference”) and is therefore expected to attend the [BC]2 Conference.
  • The Award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate, and travel expenses for the Laureate to attend the [BC]2 Conference. The usage of the prize money is unconditional.
  • The Laureate will be invited to give a plenary talk during the [BC]2 Conference.

7. Timeline and Closing Date for Applications

  • Call for entries: 15 October 2014
  • Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015
  • Awards presentation: 8-10 June 2015

8. Address

Applications have to be submitted online via the application-tool of the SIB website (http://www.isb-sib.ch/index.php?option=com_chronocontact&chronoformname=sib_award_2015_iyb).

9. Data Protection

  • The Applicant accepts that his/her personal data may be retained by SIB and may be used for SIB’s own communication or organizational purposes.

10. Governing Law

  • These General Conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with and governed by Swiss law.
The submission form for the SIB International Young Bioinformatician Award 2015 is available here

Apply Online

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#2:SIB International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015

This award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically.

General Conditions

1. Terms and Conditions

This Award recognizes a bioinformatics resource (database, infrastructure, code-base, analysis framework, visualization tool, etc.) that is breaking new ground conceptually and/or technically (hereinafter “the Resource”).
The Award is open worldwide to any new bioinformatics resource or any very major new release of a resource
  • that is available online and
  • that has been formally published for the first time within five years preceding the closing date for applications set out in article 7.

2. Application requirements

Applications may be submitted by:
  • any professor (user of the resource) or
  • the Principal Investigator of the resource or
  • a team member of the resource
(hereinafter “the Applicant”). 
Applications must include the following mandatory components:
  • publication on the resource;
  • two to five-page summary describing the resource and its scientific impact, and containing a short, forward-looking statement on how the resource can be maintained over the coming years;
  • the name and contact details of the Principal Investigator of the resource.

All application materials must be submitted in English. Documents must be submitted in PDF format only and the maximum size is 2MB.

3. Selection Criteria


  • The resource should have an important impact on the life science community, or show the clear potential to have such an impact.

4. Exclusion Criteria


  • SIB will exclude applications that contradict the present General Conditions.

5. Jury

  • An international jury of high-ranked experts will review the applications and designate the winning resource (hereinafter “the Laureate”). The jury is autonomous and can decide not to attribute the award. The jury’s decisions are final and without appeal.

6. Award

  • The Laureate will be announced during the 12th [BC]2 Conference in Basel, Switzerland, on 8-10 June 2015 (hereinafter “the [BC]2 Conference”). The Principal Investigator of the resource or one team member designated by the Principal Investigator (hereinafter “the Team Member”) is therefore expected to attend the [BC]2 Conference.
  • The award carries a cash prize of CHF 10,000, an award certificate and travel expenses for the Team Member to attend the [BC]2 Conference. The cash prize is given to the Principal Investigator but is meant to support the entire team behind the bioinformatics resource; it should be used for the benefit and further development of the resource.
  • The Team Member of the resource will be invited to present the resource and its scientific background during the conference.

7. Timeline and Closing Date for Applications

  • Call for entries: 15 October 2014
  • Closing date for entries: 31 January 2015
  • Awards presentation: 8-10 June 2015

8. Address

Applications have to be submitted online via the application-tool of the SIB website (http://www.isb-sib.ch/index.php?option=com_chronocontact&chronoformname=sib_award_2015_ibr).

9. Data Protection

  • The Applicant accepts that his/her personal data may be retained by SIB and may be used for SIB’s own communication or organizational purposes.

10. Governing Law

  • These General Conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with and governed by Swiss law.

The submission form for the SIB International Bioinformatics Resource Award 2015 is available here

Apply Online

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#3:SIB Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper 2015

This award recognizes a paper in the field of bioinformatics or computational biology published by a scientist currently carrying out a PhD or having obtained his/her PhD degree recently.Read more

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Friday, 17 October 2014

Bioinformatics Jobs @ National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases

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The Biomedical Informatics Centre (BMIC) at the National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases, Kolkata was established in July, 2006. This is the one of the nine centers created by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Govt. of India.
To ensure balanced and integrated development of information dissemination, application development and R&D in biomedical informatics, this centre will facilitate the development of an interdisciplinary approach through independent and collaborative research activities.We will organize training courses, workshops and seminars in biomedical informatics to encourage and motivate scientific and research community.
  • The following post is to be filled up on purely temporary basis under the project entitled "Second phase of Task Force Biomedical Informatics Center of ICMR" under Dr. Santasabuj Das, Scientist 'D' of this Institute:-
Sl. No. Name of the Post No. of Vacancy Qualification and Experiences Consolidated Salary Age
01. Scientist II 01 Essential: Ph.D. degree in Life Sciences from a recognized university along with a minimum of 2 years of research experience in Bioinformatics as evidenced by publications in the peer reviewed journals.
OR
Ph.D. degree in Bioinformatics from a recognized university.
OR
M.Sc. in Bioinformatics from a recognized university along with a minimum of 3 years of research experience in Bioinformatics as evidenced by publications in the peer reviewed journals.
Desirable:
  1. Thorough Knowledge about In silico genome analysis and comparative genomics.
  2. Experience with in silico identification of novel virulence factors of pathogens, host-pathogen interactions and Systems Biology.
  3. Additional Postdoctoral research experience in relevant subjects from a recognized institutions.
Rs. 47,880/- p.m.
plus 30% HRA
Below 40 years
Applications along with Bio-Data containing detail work experience and full list of publications may be sent via email to santasabujdas@yahoo.com  latest by October 27, 2014. Short-listed candidates will be called via email for an interview to be held at the institute in the second week of November, 2014.
(Subodh Karmakar)
Administrative Officer
for Director-In-Charge

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Thursday, 16 October 2014

Simons-Berkeley Fellowship in Bioinformtics @ the Safra Center for Bioinformatics

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The Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing is an exciting new venue for collaborative research in theoretical computer science and related fields. The Institute is housed in Calvin Lab, a dedicated building on the UC Berkeley campus, and provides a vibrant and welcoming environment for visiting researchers. In each academic semester the activities of the Institute are largely focused on specific research programs, each of which attracts around fifty long-term participants ranging from senior scientists to graduate students. The Institute, created in 2012 through a ten-year grant from the Simons Foundation, opened its doors in Fall 2013 and has hosted four research programs in each of its first two years of operation.

That's Berkeley

In its third year, 2015-16, the Institute will host four further research programs on the following topics: in Fall 2015, "Fine-Grained Complexity and Algorithm Design" and "Economics and Computation," and in Spring 2016, "Algorithmic Challenges in Genomics" and "Counting Complexity and Phase Transitions."  Descriptions of these programs and other information about the Institute can be found at simons.berkeley.edu. The Institute invites applications for Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowships for the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters. Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowships are intended for exceptional young scientists (within at most six years of the award of their PhD at the start of academic year 2015-16).
  • Applicants who already hold junior faculty or postdoctoral positions are welcome to apply. In particular, applicants who hold, or expect to hold, postdoctoral appointments at other institutions are encouraged to apply to spend one semester as a Simons-Berkeley Fellow subject to the approval of the postdoctoral institution. The Institute expects to award about 30 Fellowships in 2015-16; the majority of these are for one semester, but several appointments for a full academic year are expected to be made. In each semester of residence each Fellow will normally participate in at least one of the ongoing programs at the Institute.
  • In addition, the Institute co-hosts joint fellowships in which a fellow spends a period (typically one semester) as a Simons-Berkeley Fellow and is also appointed to a postdoctoral position at a partner institution. Partner institutions include:
Applicants interested in such a joint fellowship should apply to the partner institution directly at the indicated link. Salaries and benefits are competitive and assistance with visas and housing will be provided.

The Institute particularly encourages applications from women and minority candidates.

Application Instructions

Each applicant for Fall 2015 or Spring 2016, or both, should prepare the following documents in a single PDF file:
  • Cover letter, briefly describing your interest in the Institute and its programs
  • Curriculum vitae, including a full list of publications
  • Research statement
In addition, applicants must submit the names and email addresses of three recommenders.
All of this information should be submitted via the application form, available at: simons.berkeley.edu/fellowship-application-form. When you submit this form, each recommender will receive an automatically generated request for a letter on your behalf. Applicants may wish to check with their recommenders before the deadline that they have submitted their letters.
  • The deadline for receipt of complete application materials (except letters) is December 15, 2014.
  • The deadline for receipt of recommendation letters is December 31, 2014.

Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowship Application Form 2015/2016

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Accommodation for Simons Institute Visitors

The city of Berkeley and neighboring communities offer a variety of attractive hotel options as well as furnished short-term and long-term housing opportunities. Long-term visitors are advised to make arrangements for their accommodation as early as possible. The Institute provides assistance in securing rental accommodation for long-term participants.

Berkeley hotels and Bed and Breakfasts for short-term visitors (sorted by distance to Calvin Lab)

Berkeley furnished rentals for long-term visitors

  • We have compiled a list of tips for your Berkeley housing search here.
  • You can find a description of Berkeley neighborhoods here.
  • Rental prices per month can range as follows:
    • Private room in a shared apartment or house ($1,000 - $1,500)
    • Studio apartment ($1,200 - $2,000)
    • 1-BR apartment or house ($1,500 - $4,000)
    • 2-BR apartment or house ($2,250 - $5,000)
    • 3-BR apartment or house ($4,000+)
  • Please note that the price ranges above represent approximate costs for furnished rentals in good neighborhoods.

You may use the following resources to find accommodation

Other useful resources

Edmond J. Safra Center for Bioinformatics at Tel Aviv University and the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing in Berkeley - a joint fellowships program

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Wednesday, 15 October 2014

JRF in Bioinformatics @ SRM University, India

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SRM University - where you have the freedom to take wings.
SRM University is one of the top ranking universities in India with over 38,000 students and more than 2600 faculty across all the campus, offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in Engineering, Management, Medicine and Health sciences, and Science and Humanities.

SRM University - 30 Years of Enlightening Lives

Applications are invited for the position of Junior research fellow in the project titled “Discovery and biological evaluation of a new class of selective Janus Kinase inhibitors: A combination of pharmacophore, 3D-QSAR based virtual screening and chemical optimization” funded by Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi for a period of three years.

Eligibility:

  • M.Sc./M.Tech. in Bioinformatics / Biochemistry/ Biotechnology.

Fellowship:

  • 12000 per month (consolidated) for first two years and 14000 per month (consolidated) for third year. 
Interested candidates with above qualification can send their applications with detailed CV within 20 days to Dr. Thirumurty Madhavan, Assistant Professor, Department of Bioinformatics, School of Bioengineering, SRM University, Kattankulathur-603203.  Send the application also by e-mail to thirumurthy.m@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in
  • Note: No DA/TA will be paid for attending the interview
The selected candidate may be permitted to register for Ph.D. programme of SRM University, subject to the fulfillment of the requirements.

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Tuesday, 14 October 2014

ATIP-AVENIR PROGRAM :The session 2015 is open.

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ATIP-AVENIR PROGRAM : Promotion of young researchers,The session 2015 is open.
Under a partnership between Inserm and CNRS, a call for proposal is launched to:
Enable young scientists to create and lead a team within an already existing structure. The ATIP - AVENIR teams will strengthen the research of the host units but will develop independently their own scientific project. Successful applicants will have to develop their projects within a structure in which they never worked before ;
Promote mobility and attract young team leaders of high-level working abroad.

Présentation de l'Inserm:Introducing the Inserm



Applications must be submitted in electronic form before November 27th 2014


Proposals should be submitted on-line at:




The ATIP - Avenir grant is allocated for a period of 3 years. After evaluation, it can be extended for an additional 2 years.It is open to any young scientists, whatever their present position and nationality, who have defended their PhD (or equivalent doctoral degree) within the last 10 years (after September, 15h, 2004).Successful applicants will have to develop their projects within a structure in which he/she has not been working for more than 18 months and will not find any previous mentors (of PhD and/or post doctorate).Laureates of a grant for the young researchers similar to the ATIP-Avenir program are not eligible (e.g. ANR or ERC programs to manage a research group). No more than two applications are allowed.


  • Projects must relate to Life sciences or Health. The interdisciplinary projects combining biology and mathematics,physics, informatics, chemistry, public health (more specifically economic and social sciences research about social determinants of health), will be examined with a particular attention. Applications from clinicians and qualified women are strongly encouraged. Projects should comply with ethics rules of Inserm and CNRS.

Funding:



  • Annual grant of € 60,000

  • Two-year salary for a postdoctoral researcher.

  • Monthly gross salary of € 3,600 (before tax deduction) for 3 years for non-tenured

successful applicants.



  • The host laboratory will provide the team a dedicated research area of about 50m² (infrastructures fees will be paid by the host lab) and access to the local technological facilities. Applicants may submit their proposal without an identified host laboratory but must then in parallel contact Inserm and/or CNRS to help identifying a suitable scientific environment.

Selection procedure


Applications will be assessed by specialized international scientific committees with appropriate experts3:



  1. LS1 Molecular and Structural Biology, and Biochemistry;

  2. LS2 Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology;

  3. LS3 Cell Biology, Development and Evolution;

  4. LS4 Physiology, Pathophysiology and Translational Research;

  5. LS5 Neurosciences and Disorders of the nervous system;

  6. LS6 Immunity, Infection and Microbiology;

  7. LS7 Diagnostic tools, Therapies, Biotechnology and Public Health.


The selection will be done in two stages: shortlisting in April 2015 and interviews of the selected applicants in June 2015. The final list of laureates and their host laboratories will be established jointly by Inserm and CNRS early July 2015.

Applications must be submitted in electronic form4 before November 27th 2014


Proposals should be submitted on-line at:




  1. Exceptions can be granted for maternity (one year per children) or paternity and/or military service leaves

  2. Exceptions can be granted to teachers from university hospitals

  3. Consult the themes of research covered by these juries following page

  4. The elements for the application are already available online

Further information can be obtained from



Inserm Christine Guillard and/or Christiane Durieux
atip-avenir@inserm.fr

or CNRS Catherine Cavard
atip-avenir@cnrs-dir.fr


Potential partners for the co-funding of projects in their scientific areas

ANRS (Agence nationale de recherches sur le sida et les hépatites virales), AFM (Association française contre les myopathies), ARC (Fondation ARC pour la recherche sur le cancer), FINOVI France Rhumatismes, la fondation Bettencourt Schueller, LNCC (Ligue nationale contre le cancer), MILDT (Mission interministérielle de lutte contre la drogue et la toxicomanie), Plan Cancer, Sanofi, les universités.

ATIP-Avenir Evaluation panels and fields of research covered by the respective panels


LS1 Molecular and Structural Biology and Biochemistry:


  • Physico-chemical and biochemical studies of the interactions between macromolecules

  • Study of in vivo assembly of macromolecules in biological processes

  • DNA biosynthesis, modification, repair and degradation

  • RNA synthesis, processing, modification and degradation

  • Protein synthesis, modification and turnover

  • Biochemistry of signal transduction

  • Biochemistry and physiology of microorganisms

  • Biophysics

  • Structural biology (crystallography, NMR, EM) of single molecules or interacting partners

  • Computer modelling of 3D structures, reactivity predictions and molecular dynamics

LS2 Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology:


  • Genomics, comparative genomics, functional genomics

  • Transcriptomics

  • Proteomics

  • Metabolomics

  • Glycomics

  • Molecular genetics, reverse genetics and RNAi

  • Quantitative genetics

  • Epigenetics and gene regulation

  • Genetic epidemiology

  • Bioinformatics

  • Computational biology

  • Biostatistics Systems biology

  • Biological systems analysis, modelling and simulation

  • Study of genome dynamics, gene transfer between unrelated species

  • Systems microbiology and modeling

  • Synthetic biology and new bio-engineering concepts

  • Systems Evolution, biological adaptation, phylogenetic, systematics

  • Biodiversity, comparative biology

I have mentioned only two ATIP-Avenir Evaluation panels and fields of research for BIOINFORMATICS  researchers there is total no of 7 fields of research available.

ATIP – Avenir Program Young group leader

Applicant’s guide

Registration


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