Research / Etude Engineer in Bioengineering or stem cell culture, CNRS/NUS lab BioMechanics of cell contacts UMI 3639

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Fév 01 2024 - Juil 02 2024
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The new team OrganoSculpt at Amidex Marseille recruits a dynamic and enthusiastic
research/etude engineer in bioengineering or stem-cell culture. The candidate will be part
of a Chaire of Excellence program in the development of new technologies to control and
image organoid development (Liver and Gastruloids). The Program is led by V. Viasnoff, a
CNRS research director and professor at the University of Singapore. It leverages on single
objective Spim (soSPIM) technology and biofunctionalized scaffold for HCS imaging of
organoids. The team is part of CENTURI, an interdisciplinary consortium on Mechanobiology
on Marseille Luminy campus. The diversity of the research leaves room for the engineer to
exploit her/his skills as well as to acquire new ones. It is run collaboration with IINS in
Bordeaux and the MechanoBiology institute in Singapore

Mission

The candidate is expected to be in charge of most of the following items:

  • To contribute to the development of our new class of organoids with biomimetic scaffolds
  • To help maintain the stem cell collection.
  • To participate to new programs involving new kinds of biological organoids.
  • To co-develop new imaging instrumentation based on microfabricated optics.
  • To participate to the commercialization strategy of the technologies.
  • To participate to the scientific discussions in the lab
  • To be in charge of the lab instruments management.

Profil

The candidate should have obtained an engineer or masters in a field related to bioengineer or (stem) cell biology. PhD holders will also qualify. Proven experience in academic or R&D environment will be considered favorably.
High motivation, curiosity, commitment, reporting & communication skills are must haves.

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