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5 positions in Institut Curie’s research labs are currently available for the 2019 call for applications at Institut Curie in the frame of the International PhD program.
Applications can be submitted via the online application portal until February 6th 2019, 5:00pm CET (GMT +1).
1. The geometry of developmental time – Dissecting temporal cell-fate acquisition during C. elegans development
Wolfgang Keil / Axel Buguin
2. Long noncoding RNAs as master regulators of intratumoral heterogeneity and tumor progression
Antonin Morillon / Marina Pinskaya
3. Control of cell emigration in development and cancer: from single cell to integrated in vivo level
Anne-Helene Monsoro-Burq / Leon Peshkin
4. Imaging at the single molecule level of nuclear organization and genome stability in quiescent cells
Judith Miné-Hattab / Angela Taddei
5. The tubulin code as a new therapeutic target - from single molecules to organisms
Carsten Janke / Magda Magiera
If you are interested in working with research teams at Institut Curie that are not listed above, please contact us. We will be happy to help you exploring other options to join Institut Curie.
Download the Applicant's guide here
Entirely organized in English, this program is aimed at:
|Jan. - Feb. 2019||Call for applications|
|February 2019||Eligibility check of applications - results mid-March|
|April 2019||First selection round: evaluation of applications - results mid-April|
|May 15 - 17 2019||Second selection round: interviews held at Institut Curie - results beginning of June|
|Oct. 2019||Start of 3-year working contract|
Applicants will have to complete an online application form in English when the call for applications is open. Incomplete applications will not be eligible. No application will be accepted after the deadline: February 6, 2019 at 5:00PM CET (GMT +1).
Applicants may apply for one thesis project via the online application system. The following documents are required:
At the end of the call for applications, applicants will be informed of their eligibility via email. Eligible applicants will go through the first selection round.
Pre-selection of the 20 applications per project from the Governing Board and the Team Leaders
Evaluation by the Review Committee
A review committee composed of scientists from Institut Curie and experts from partner universities and organizations will rank the applications. For each PhD thesis project, applicants will be ranked and either shortlisted, put on a waiting list, or not selected.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for the second selection round.
International applicants wishing to apply for the IC-3i PhD Program should inquire about the visa procedure regarding their country, in preparation for the interview session in Paris.
All shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by the Selection Committee during a three-day visit at Institut Curie in Paris on May 15-17, 2019.
They will visit the host laboratory, Institut Curie’s campus, the Curie museum and Institut Curie’s technology platforms. Institut Curie will provide accommodation, food and reimburse travel expenses (economy fare).
Within a week of disclosure of the results (eligibility, first and second selection round), applicants can appeal the decision by contacting ic3iphd [at] curie.fr ().
Applicants will be evaluated by the review committee on three main criteria. Reviewers will evaluate the extent to which the application meets the criteria by using a scale from 0 = Fail to 10 = Outstanding.
Registrations are now open for the 5th Workshop on Dendritic Cell Biology: Anti-tumoral immunotherapy, from biology to the clinic, which will take place in Lisbon at the Champalimaud Foundation, the 27-29 March, 2019.