Radiosensitivity of male and female gametes: a decisive factor in radioinduced reprotoxicity?
Candidate experience (training, skills, restrictions): Biochemistry, physiology, cell and molecular biology; better if experience in genomic or proteomic analysis.
The candidate should be motivated by studies of biochemistry, molecular biology and should be interested in radiobiology.
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FRELON Sandrine – 00 33 4 42 19 94 71 - email@example.com
LECOMTE-PRADINES Catherine – 00 33 4 42 19 96 64 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Places of work:
Main place: IRSN Cadarache - 13115 St. Paul lez Durance - France. Some movements will be expected for the analysis of markers not monitored in the laboratory.
Second experimental site (50% Occitanie grant is obtained) Faculty of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences - Faculty of Pharmacy - Laboratory of Toxicology - IBMM CNRS UMR 5247 - University of Montpellier
Field of expertise: Environment, Biology, Chemistry
If the research subject proposed by the IRSN interests you and corresponds to your profile, you must contact the tutor of the thesis by email, by sending a CV and a letter of application. For Further details please see the following link.