The Institut Pasteur has launched an international call for junior candidates wishing to establish new independent research groups in the cutting edge interdisciplinary environment of its campus in Paris, France.
The Institut Pasteur is a non-profit private foundation dedicated to fundamental, interdisciplinary research and to the translation of the knowledge to medicine and public health. Topics of interest include microbiology (bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi) and infectious diseases, immunology, cell biology, developmental biology and stem cells, neuroscience, genomics, structural biology, genetics and cancer.
Successful junior candidates* will be appointed with a permanent position, and as head of a group of 6 people. These groups will be created for a period of 5 years and may thereafter compete for a full research group.
Highly attractive packages to match the experience of the candidate will be provided, including institutional salaries (Principal investigator, technician, secretary, post-doctoral fellows), a substantial contribution to running costs and equipment, access to on campus state-of-the-art technology core facilities, as well as support for relocation expenses and administrative issues.
Applications shall be submitted online at: https://aap4.voozanoo.net/register and shall include:
- A web form summarizing the application.
- A complete application file using the template which can be downloaded from the submission website. The template should be filled and uploaded as a single PDF file.
The deadline for submission of the applications is December 2, 2016, by 5:00 pm CET.
Shortlisted applicants will be notified by mid-January 2017, and will be invited for interview to take place mid-February 2017. The final ranking will be established by the Pasteur Scientific Council during its March 2017 session.
* Institut Pasteur is an equal opportunity employer. Junior group leaders should be less than 8 years after PhD at the time of submission. Women are eligible up to 11 years after their PhD if they have one child and up to 14 years after their PhD if they have two or more children.