European Project ApogeeBio

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The ApogeeBio programme, supported by the European Commission, launches the 2nd call for 12 postdoctoral positions in Genopole biocluster, Paris region.

ApogeeBio has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant  Agreement N° 101034259 

Attractive allocations

Up to €3000 net monthly salary for 24 months duration.

Deadline February 28, 2022

Excellence in the research offer 

As a fellow, you will have access to attractive positions either in academic laboratories or in private companies, all located in the Genopole biocluster. 

You will benefit from an excellent research and innovation environment including high-end infrastructures, as well as training and networking opportunities that will enhance your career development potential. 

Areas of Research

  • Gene and cell therapies
  • Human and environmental genomics
  • Biophysics, structural and molecular biology, chemistry
  • Computational biology
  • Systems and synthetic biology, biotechnologies
  • Innovation management

Training and career development

Regarding personal and career development, our partner ABG Asso, will propose jobs and career workshops covering the job market across Europe both in the academic and in the private sectors, and Science-Accueil will propose French courses and acculturation sessions for foreign researchers and will help in preparing your mobility.

Contact Us

20 rue Henri Desbruères
91030 Evry-Courcouronnes

+33 1 6087 3506

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