- Category: Imagine institute news
- Published: Tuesday, 27 March 2018 10:06
Imagine is launching two calls for applications for its International PhD and Protected Time for Research programs :
Thanks to the generous support of the Fondation Bettencourt Schueller, these two programs provide financial help on the one hand to talented students with a master degree in research from a foreign university and willing to do a science thesis at Imagine, and on the other hand to medicine doctors, pharmacists and hospital odontologists who want to dedicate part of their time to scientific research.
- Download the International PhD call for applications
- Download the Time for Research call for applications
Voici tous les projets PhD International dans nos laboratoires :
- Project "Acromelic dysplasia and TGFβ signaling pathway"
- Project "Decoding genetic causes of non-classical forms of Hemophagocytic syndrome"
- Project "Development of bioinformatics methods for the integrative analysis of high-dimensional multi-omics datasets in functional genomic"
- Project "DNA damage and repair during the development and function of the Immune system"
- Project "Exploring key host pathways controlling gut homeostasis by genetic dissection of very early onset intestinal chronic disorders"
- Project "Functional characterization of a novel protein complex in stress-induced regulation of mRNA expression in the context of renal ciliopathies"
- Project "Gene modification of in vitro generated T cell precursors for clinical applications"
- Project "Gene, proteomic and sphingolipid signatures in Darier and Hailey-Hailey diseases "
- Project "Genetic modifiers in autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome with FAS deficiency (ALPS-FAS))"
- Project "Genome editing approaches for the treatment of β-hemoglobinopathies"
- Project "Human genetic predisposition to fungal diseases"
- Project "Mouse models to study the molecular pathomechanisms of mitochondrial diseases"
- Project "Understanding the molecular mechanisms of HIV 1 interactions with Dendritic cells"
These programs are greatly supported by the Fondation Bettencourt Schueller.