Jobs

 

The Department of cell physiology and metabolism is always looking for motivated master students, PhD students and postdoctoral fellows.

 

master STUDENTS

Please contact the researcher indicated on the offer or the researcher in charge of any group you are interested in.

Supplementary information about masters at the University of Geneva: here

NO SPECIFIC MASTER OFFERS AT THE MOMENT

 

PhD STUDENTS

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   LIFE SCIENCES PHD SCHOOL

   The primary track is to postulate to the doctoral school in life sciences.

 

Alternatively, you can apply to one of the offers below, but your application would have to be validated by the doctoral school (please refer to their conditions).

 

PhD position in the role of circadian oscillators in glucose and lipid homeostasis

The laboratory of Prof. Charna DIBNER is looking for a PhD student to study rodent and human circadian oscillators in various genetic and cellular models, and their roles in regulating glucose and lipid homeostasis.

Project start: date to be agreed

 

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postDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Postdoctoral position on adhesion GPCRs in the context of cystic fibrosis

The laboratory of Prof. Marc CHANSON is looking for a postdoctoral candidate to study the role of latrophilin-2 (ADGRL2/LPHN2), an aGPCR, in the hyperproliferative phenotype of the repairing cystic fibrosis airway epithelium.

Project start: from October 2022

 

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Postdoctoral position on airway epithelium integrity in the context of cystic fibrosis

The laboratory of Prof. Marc CHANSON is looking for a postdoctoral candidate to address the mechanisms by which airway surface liquid dehydration affects the cystic fibrosis airway epithelium integrity, which represents a physical line of defense against infection.

Project start: from 1 February 2023

 

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Postdoctoral position in the cell physiology of ion channels

The laboratory of Prof. Nicolas DEMAUREX is looking for a motivated postdoctoral scientist to study the role of ion channels in neutrophil functions. The project on which you will embark will use mice expressing genetically-encoded calcium indicators in myeloid cells to establish the role of Orai, Piezo, and Hv1 channels in shaping the calcium signals that regulate neutrophil migration, phagocytosis, and bacterial killing in vitro and in vivo.

Project start: before October 2022

 

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Postdoctoral position in the role of circadian oscillators in metabolic diseases

The laboratory of Prof. Charna DIBNER is looking for a postdoctoral candidate to develop exciting translational projects aiming to dissect the roles of molecular oscillators in functional regulation of endocrine pancreas, skeletal muscle and adipose tissue in physiology and in context of metabolic diseases, employing genetic and cellular models.

Project start: date to be agreed

 

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Additional job offers from Faculty of Medicine can be found here