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Post-doctoral position in Biology Disease Control (m/w)

Post-doctoral position in Biology Disease Control (m/w)

Bayer, France

 

Your tasks and responsibilities

The aim of the Post-doctoral position in Biology Disease Control is to work completely independently in an international project team dedicated to intra cellular Pharmako-kinetic with the objective to develop and implement methods aiming to measure active substance concentration in fungal cells. As the incumbent of the position, you will have the following missions: - Realize literature and methodology scouting to identify technologies enabling measurement of active substance concentration in cells and dedicated tools. - Identify, develop and validate suitable test models and required analytical methods. - In agreement with project coordinator define and manage objective of a Master student. - Work in close interaction with other teams involved in the project : Pharma and Cropscience - Ensure application of high safety standards in the area of responsibility and proactively develop safety awareness in this domain

Who you are

- PhD in cellular biology or microbiology. - Good knowledge in cell culture. Experience in cell fractionation would be an advantage. - Experience in analytics. Knowledge in LC-MS/MS would be an advantage. - Ability for team work and good communication skills - Strong involvement, well organized, ability to prioritize and take decision in a multidisciplinary project. - Innovation skills - High standard in English required (written and oral). Knowledge in French would be an advantage.
 
 
More information to be found here
Location: 
Bayer, Lyon, FR
Deadline: 
Until filled

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