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  Poste d’ingénieur d’étude 30 mois, génération de modèles de poissons zèbres pour l’étude des exosomes:
  POSTDOCTORAL POSITION (Team Angulo)

The position will be for 3 years
Starting date: possible from September 2021; prior to December 2021
We seek to hire a highly motivated young postdoctoral fellow to work in electrophysiology in
brain slices and in vivo. A background in behavior as well as experience with transgenic mice and glial
cells would be appreciated, but not required. The post-doc candidate will integrate our team located in
the new Institute of Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Paris (IPNP) inside Sainte-Anne Hospital, a highly
stimulating environment. He/she will investigate how neuron-oligodendroglia interactions drive
neuronal circuit function and mouse behavior.
Interestingly, cortical GABAergic interneurons and some populations of oligodendroglia are
born from the same embryonic origin, migrate through similar routes and interact through synaptic
contacts once in place in the cortex. In addition, a large proportion of interneurons and oligodendroglia
are demised by programmed cell death at early postnatal stages (Orduz et al., 2019). However, the
functional relevance of interneuron-oligodendroglia interactions and their developmental cell death are
still poorly understood. The project will explore the impact of the aforementioned common features of
these cell types on cognitive processes and neurodevelopmental disorders by using a multidisciplinary
approach ex vivo and in vivo in different transgenic mice.


  Postdoctoral position in neuron cell biology
  Post-doctoral position / NEUROBIOLOGY OF REWARD IN ANOREXIA NERVOSA