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ACTUALITES :
BOURSES DE VOYAGES ITMO BCDE 2016
Cette année, grâce une subvention de l’ITMO BCDE, 6 bourses de voyage d’un montant de 400 euros
ont été attribuées à des étudiants de thèse qui présentent leur travaux dans des congrès
internationaux. Bravo au 6 laureats !
ELECTIONS AUX COMITES INSERM ET CNRS
Plusieurs candidats aux élections du comité national INSERM et CNRS ont signées la profession de
foi de la SFBD et de la SBCF et se portent candidats au nom de nos deux sociétés. Ces candidats
comptent sur votre support au moment des élections ! Vous trouverez leurs noms en fin de
lettre.
Meeting SFBD 2016 : « SHAPING LIFE » 24-27 mai 2016 à Marseille
ça approche !! Programme et inscriptions ici : http://www.atoutcom.com/shapinglife‐sfbd/ BON A SAVOIR :
RENOUVELLEMENT ADHESION 2016
Pour renouveler votre adhésion il vous suffit de confirmer votre cotisation en précisant votre
mode de règlement. Pensez à mettre à jour les informations vous concernant, s’il y a eu des
changements. Les bons de commande sont à envoyer à: sfbd@sfbd.fr
Les chèques à :
SFBD (à l’attention de Svetlana de Joussineau)
Laboratoire GReD,
Faculté de médecine,
28 place H. Dunant,
63000 Clermont-Ferrand
Adhésion individuelle :
50€ pour les titulaires et post-doctorants
25€ pour les doctorants.
Adhésion par équipe:
équipes jusqu’à 10 personnes - 200 euros;
équipes 10 personnes et plus - 300 euros.
PERMANENCE TELEPHONIQUE/COMPTE TWITTER
Une permanence téléphonique est assurée pour la Société les lundis et les jeudis de 14h à 16h
au 04 73 17 81 83. De plus, vous pouvez nous rejoindre sur Twitter "SFBD-BioDev".
OFFRES DE POSTES
(voir détail des offres en fin de lettre)
IGBMC International PhD Programme Call 2016.
As a Laureate of five prestigious grants -“Investments for the Future”- supported
by the French Government, the IGBMC offers an outstanding research &
technology environment to PhD students! Selected candidates will receive a full
fellowship with social benefits.
The application deadline for the 2016 call is May 23, 2016 (10 am Paris time).
web site: http://phdprogramme.igbmc.fr
PhD Fellowship Open ''Long Range Morphogen Signaling And Cell
Mechanics During Animal Morphogenesis" @ IBDM Marseille
Team: “Physical approaches to cell dynamics and tissue morphogenesis”
3-year PhD fellowship to work on the establishment of Wnt signaling in C.
elegans embryos and the subsequent cellular responses (Part of the interdisciplinary program for
quantitative biology LabEx INFORM).
Supervisors: Pierre-François Lenne & Pierre Recouvreux
Website: http://www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr/fr/equipe/approches-physiques-de-la-dynamique-cellulaire/
Group Leader Position In Immunology at the Centre d'Immunologie
de Marseille-Luminy, Marseille, France (CIML, http://www.ciml.univmrs.fr/)
Applicants should send a curriculum vitae with publication list, a 2 page
summary of past research achievements and future projects, in English,
including the names and addresses of three referees, before June 20th 2016, to the CIML Deputy
Director, Marc Dalod (dalod@ciml.univ-mrs.fr), to whom informal inquiries can also be addressed
Et toujours :
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN “MULTISCALE ANALYSES IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY”
The Center for Developmental Biology (CBD) http://www-cbd.ups-tlse.fr/
in Toulouse (France) recruits an assistant professor in multiscale analyses in developmental biology. Contact: F.
PITUELLO 05 61 55 67 39 fabienne.pituello@univ-tlse3.fr
Website:https://www.galaxie.enseignementsuprecherche.gouv.fr/ensup/ListesPostesPublies/FIDIS/0311384L/FOPC_0
311384L_4437.pdf
POSTE D’INGENIEUR D’ETUDE AU LBCMCP, CBI, A TOULOUSE pour un CCD d'une durée d’un
an dans l’équipe de Luisa di Stefano Les candidats peuvent transmettre leur CV et leur lettre de motivation à Luisa Di
Stefano e-mail: luisa.di-stefano@univ-tlse3.fr. Website: (http://cbi-toulouse.fr/fr/equipe-di-stefano).
L’UNIVERSITE PARIS DIDEROT ET LE CNRS RECHERCHENT UNE DIRECTRICE/UN
DIRECTEUR POUR L’INSTITUT JACQUES MONOD
renseignements ici : https://www.dgdr.cnrs.fr/drh/cadres-sup/pdf/2016/IJM_DU-DAS5C.pdf
POST-DOCTORAL POSITION at the Institute of Human Genetics, CNRS, Montpellier,
France.
Please submit a curriculum vitae and contact information of two referees to Marcel Méchali, Institute of
Human Genetics, CNRS, 141 rue de la Cardonille, 34396 Montpellier, France. Tel: +33 (0) 434 359 917;
e-mail: marcel.mechali@igh.cnrs.fr website: www.igh.cnrs.fr./equip/mechali/
ANNONCES
"CURRENT CHALLENGES IN CELL-CELL COMMUNICATION"
July 1st, 2016 - Paris
website
for
all
information
and
registration
(free
of
The program includes a Short talks session (selected from poster abstracts).
charge): https://cellcomm.sciencesconf.org/
EMBO CONFERENCE ON: The Molecular And Cellular Basis Of
Regeneration And Tissue Repair17 – 21 September 2016
Paestum (Salerno), Italy http://events.embo.org/16-regeneration/
Mifobio
2016
2016 A Seignosse Du 30 Septembre Au 7 Octobre
Date limite d'inscription 28 mai 2016
MIFOBIO est une école thématique du CNRS sur les avancées biologiques et
technologiques en imagerie du vivant. Elle est organisée tous les deux ans par le GDR
"microscopie et imagerie du vivant" avec le soutien de l'Inserm, de France BioImaging
et du réseau RTmfm. L'édition 2016 aura lieu à Seignosse du 30 septembre au 7
octobre 2016. http://gdr-miv.fr/mifobio201
WINTER SCHOOL AT LES HOUCHES CHAMONIX ” 13-25 mars 2017
“Interplay between physics and integrative biology… …illustrated on
two research fields Contact: leshouches2017@ibs.fr More on Les Houches:
http://www.leshouches.ujf-grenoble.fr
Web : https://indico.in2p3.fr/event/12733/overview mail: monique.dell@unistra.fr
DETAIL DES ANNONCES ET DES OFFRES DE POSTE
Liste de candidats aux élections déclarés SFBD/SBCF:
Aude Isabelle Dupre - IBPS, UPMC Paris– CNRS Section 22
Sophie Chauvet – IBDM Marseille – CNRS Section 22
Marie-Emilie Terret – CIRB Paris - CNRS Section 22
Michel Vervoort – IJM Paris - CNRS Section 22
Jennifer Croce– Ville Franche Observatoire - CNRS Section 22
Helene Barelli– Nice Sophia Antipolis – INSERM - CSS1
Laurent Kodjabachian – IBDM Marseille - CNRS Section 22
Michele Studer – Nice iBV – INSERM – CSS4
Michel Puceat – Marseille – INSERM – CSS2
Stéphane Zaffran – Marseille – INSERM - CSS1
Delphine Duprez – IBPS, Paris – INSERM - CSS1
Krzysztof Jagla – GReD Clermont-Fd – INSERM- CSS1
Sylviane Pied - CNRS Section 27
Delphine Delacour - IJM-Paris CNRS Section 22
Nicolas Jonckheere Lille INSERM CSS3
Pierre Lutz Toulouse CNRS Section 22
Alice Carrier CRCM Marseille INSERM CSS3
Philippe Chavrier institut Curie Paris CNRS Section 22
Richard Tomasini CRCM Marseille CNRS Section 23
Frederic Luton IPMC Nice INSERM CSS1
Gregoire Michaux Rennes CNRS Section 22
Jean-Pierre Mothet
Patrick Legembre
Manuel Thery
IGBMC
STRASBOURG - FRANCE
international
PhD programme
From April 7th, 2016
to May 31th, 2016 (10:00, Paris time)
250
publications/year
110 PhD
students
47
nationalities
Outstanding
core facilities
In a Cosmopolitan City, in the Heart of Europe
Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology
More information and online application at http://application.phdprogramme.igbmc.fr/
PROGRAMMES
Development
& stem cells
Stem cell fate,
organogenesis & metabolism
Cell physics &
developmental biology
Functional
Integrated
Cell cycle & genome
genomics & cancer
structural biology
integrity
Gene expression
Drug design
regulation
Mechanisms of transcription
Epigenetics &
Translation & signaling
computational biology
Translational
Mechanisms &
medicine
pathways of cancer
& Neurogenetics
Nuclear receptor
signaling
Brain & muscle diseases
Mechanisms of diseases
Therapeutic research
IGBMC - UMR7104-U964 - 1 rue Laurent Fries - 67404 Illkirch Cedex - France - www.igbmc.fr
PhD fellowship
Long range morphogen signaling and cell mechanics during animal
morphogenesis
Team: Physical approaches to cell dynamics and tissue morphogenesis
Supervisors: Pierre-François Lenne & Pierre Recouvreux
Website: physical-approaches-to-cell-dynamics
Our team is composed of physicists and biologists, experimentalists and theoreticians. Our research is focused on
physical principles governing morphogenesis of tissue and organs. We work on two system models, fruit flies (Drosophila
melanogaster) and nematodes (Caenorhabditis elegans), that are amenable to in vivo imaging and biophysical
approaches. We perform experiments and numerical simulations in order to understand the role of physical interactions
and mechanical constraints in cellular responses and tissue organization. To this end we develop advanced imaging
techniques such as light-sheet microscopy or fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS), combined with optical
tweezers or laser ablation apparatus in order to mechanically perturb tissues and cellular junctions.
We offer a 3-year PhD fellowship to work on the establishment of Wnt signaling in C. elegans embryos and the
subsequent cellular responses. We will study the mobility of Wnt ligands in living embryos in order to understand the
physical requirements for the establishment of long range signaling in the tissue. We will combine light sheet microscopy
and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy or single molecule tracking in order to measure Wnt diffusion coefficients. We
will then confront these measurements to numerical simulations.
In parallel we propose to develop a microfluidic experiment to measure the response of single cells to graded Wnt
concentrations. Single cells will be isolated from C. elegans embryos and cultured in a microchannel in which a
concentration gradient can be established. We will measure the orientation of cellular divisions, the cytoskeleton
rearrangements and the organization of Wnt receptors at the membrane.
This work will be done in close collaboration with the team of Vincent Bertrand (IBDM), expert in Wnt signaling in
nematode embryos.
Our team is part the Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille (IBDM) which hosts 20 research groups working on
developmental biology and development-associated pathologies. Located on the Luminy Campus of Aix-Marseille
University, our lab established several collaborations with other research institutes of the campus. Our team is part of the
interdisciplinary program for quantitative biology LabEx INFORM.
Keywords: C. elegans, Wnt, CRISPR/cas9, Light-Sheet Microscopy, numerical simulations
Contacts:
Pierre-François Lenne – pierre-francois.lenne@univ-amu.fr
Pierre Recouvreux – pierre.recouvreux@univ-amu.fr
Left: drosophila retina cells. Center: cell-cell contact deformation with optical tweezers. Right: nematode embryo. Scale bar = 10 µm
Group Leader Position
Group Leader Position at the Centre d'Immunologie de
Marseille-Luminy (CIML).
The CIML is a world-class immunology institute with a tradition of high quality research. It
provides an exceptional international research environment and a renowned graduate
program. The CIML is currently composed of 250 members with 13 core facilities and 16
research groups, including 7 ERC grant recipients. The CIML is located on a pluridisciplinary
University campus and is affiliated with Aix Marseille Université, Inserm and CNRS. Moreover,
it has tight connections with Marseille Hospitals, placing it at the centre of the newly formed
Marseille Immunopole.
The list of current CIML teams is given on the next page. Please visit our website for more
information (http://www.ciml.univ-mrs.fr).
The CIML is opening a call for new group leaders.
We are looking for outstanding candidates who will complement the existing strengths of the
CIML. All research themes linked to Immunology will be considered. However, projects
addressing human immunology, adaptive immunity and systems biology will be especially
welcome, as well as projects at the interface between Immunology and other currently
expanding domains of biology. Scientific excellence will be the principal selection criterion.
Knowledge of French is not required.
Applicants should send a curriculum vitae with publication list, a 2 page summary of past
research achievements and future projects, in English, including the names and addresses of
three referees, before June 20th 2016, to the CIML Deputy Director, Marc Dalod
(dalod@ciml.univ-mrs.fr), to whom informal inquiries can also be addressed.
The CIML actively promotes equal opportunities. Applications from female scientists are
strongly encouraged.
CIML Teams:
Lena Alexopoulou
Toll-like receptors in immunity
Marc Bajénoff
Stromal cell immunobiology
Marc Dalod
Dendritic cells and antiviral defense
Jonathan Ewbank
Innate immunity in C. elegans
Pierre Ferrier
Control of gene expression and recombination during lymphocyte differentiation
Jean-Pierre Gorvel
Immunology and cell biology of pathogen/host cell interactions
Hai Tao He & Didier Marguet
Membrane dynamics and T lymphocyte signaling
Toby Lawrence
Inflammation biology group
Bernard & Marie Malissen
Genetic dissection of the function of T cells and dendritic cells
Bertrand Nadel
Genomic instability and human hemopathies
Philippe Naquet
Tissue inflammation and immunity
Philippe Pierre
Dendritic cell biology
Michael Sieweke
Stem cell and macrophage biology
Serge van de Pavert
Development of the immune system
Eric Vivier, Director of the CIML
Natural killer cells and innate immunity
Emeritus CIML team leader:
Pierre Golstein
Molecular mechanisms of cell death
ITMO Biologie Cellulaire
Développement et Evolution
Organizers/organisateurs
JM Dura & T Galli for ITMO BCDE
C Albiges-Rizo & A Echard for SBCF
Current challenges in cell-cell communication
July, 1st 2016,
Auditorium Biopark
Paris, France
Confirmed speakers/orateurs
Maria Cecilia ANGULO , Paris, France
Gerard KARSENTY, New York, USA
Danijela MATIC VIGNJEVIC, Paris, France
Simona PARRINELLO, London, UK
Graca RAPOSO, Paris, France
The molecular and cellular basis of
Regeneration and Tissue Repair
17 – 21 September 2016 | Paestum (Salerno), Italy
ORGANIZERS
Aziz Aboobaker
Ginés Morata
REGISTRATION
PATRIZIA FERRETTI
University of Oxford, UK
Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa
UCL Institute of Child Health, UK
Enrique Amaya
CSIC-UAM, ES
Registration deadline
30 May 2016
University of Manchester, UK
Christine Mummery
Catherina Becker
University of Leiden, NL
University of Edinburgh, UK
Ken Muneoka
Helen Blau
Texas A&M University, US
Stanford University, US
Renato Paro
ETH Zurich Basel: D-BSSE, CH
SINGLE OCCUPANCY ROOM.......810 EUR
Thomas Braun
TWIN OCCUPANCY ROOM ..........650 EUR
CO-ORGANIZERS
JAMES GODWIN
Monash University, AU
NADIA MERCADER HUBER
University of Bern, CH
Abstract submission deadline
09 May 2016
EARLY BIRD FEES
Pay before 30 June 2016
Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung
Francesca Peri
SOPHIE JARRIAULT
Research, DE
EMBL, DE
Université de Strasbourg, FR
Katia Del Rio-Tsonis
Emma Rawlins
ANDRAS SIMON
Miami University, US
The Gurdon Institute, UK
Karolinska Institute, SE
Benjamin Friedrich
Jochen Rink
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology
Systems, DE
and Genetics, DE
Brigitte Galliot
Henry Roehl
University of Geneva, CH
University of Sheffield, UK
Antonio Jacinto
Nadia Rosenthal
Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, PT
National Heart and Lung Institute, UK
Sophie Jarriault
David Stocum
Université de Strasbourg, FR
Indiana University-Purdue University, US
■ gala dinner
Michel Labouesse
Shahragim Tajbakhsh
CONTACT
Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine, FR
Institute Pasteur, FR
■ group transportation from/to the
nearest airport
Cristina Lai
Phone: +44 (0) 207 905 2204
Email: ich.events@ucl.ac.uk
Michael Levin
Saul Villeda
Tufts University, US
University of California, US
Nuria Montserrat
Sara Wickström
Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia, ES
Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, DE
HENRY ROEHL
University of Sheffield, UK
events.embo.org/16-regeneration
REGULAR FEES
Pay after 30 June 2016
SINGLE OCCUPANCY ROOM.......930 EUR
TWIN OCCUPANCY ROOM ..........770 EUR
Includes:
■ 4 nights accommodation (17th, 18th,
19th and 20th September 2016)
■ registration and meeting costs
■ all meals and coffee breaks
Biology at
diff erent
Sc ales
The school will focus on the interplay between physics and biology to
describe and understand biology at different scales, from the molecular
level to cells and living organisms. The school is aimed at PhD students
and early-stage researchers. Participants will learn how a biological
problem can be tackled using an integrated approach, going from atomic
resolution to a whole organism level. The school also aims at showing how
physics and mathematics can contribute to model biological processes.!
13-25 March 2017!
Interplay between physics and integrative biology…
…illustrated on two research fields
Les Houches
Winter school
Chamonix
Links between cellular and structural biology!
Cell and tissue morphogenesis!
Remodeling of membranes and transport processes at !
!mesoscopic and molecular scales!!!!!
Concepts and methods from physics applied to biology!
Preliminary program!
Plant morphogenesis from
genes to flowers
! 
! 
! 
!
François Parcy (Grenoble) Floral development: bridging atomic and
genomic scales (3 lectures)!
Exocytosis and morphology of
the synapse
! 
Olivier Hamant (Lyon) Forces in plant development (3 lectures)!
! 
Christophe Godin (Montpellier) Virtual plants: An introduction to
modeling flower bud (3 lectures)!
! 
Dolf Weijers (Wageningen) Integrated biology of auxin (2 lectures)!
! 
+ Seminars
! 
Michael Kozlov (Tel Aviv) Physical models of membrane shaping
with the exocytosis of synaptic vesicles as an example (3 lectures)!
Patricia Bassereau (Paris) Role of proteins in membrane
remodeling, theory and experiments (3 lectures)!
Reinhard Jahn (Göttingen) Molecular mechanisms of neuronal
exocytosis (including different types of microscopies) (3 lectures)!
Dirk-Jan Slotboom (Groningen) Membrane transporters: structure,
dynamics and function (2 lectures)!
Werner Kühlbrandt (Frankfurt, to be confirmed) The revolution in electron microscopy
Organized by R. Jahn, H. Nury, F. Parcy, E.Pebay-Peyroula
Contact: leshouches2017@ibs.fr
More on Les Houches: http://www.leshouches.ujf-grenoble.fr
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