The Light4Lungs project is calling for applicants to a two-year post-doctoral position now open at research labs based in Paris.
This opportunity to join the Light4Lungs research team will entail studying the interaction of light with bacterial biofilm with the aim of designing a luminescent aerosol to be used in treating chronic lung infections.
The selected candidate will work with the Micro-Organism Biophysics Group under the supervision of Dr Nelly Henry at Laboratoire Jean Perrin based at the Sorbonne University in Paris.
The experimental work on the innovative technology being developed by the Light4Lungs Project will range from instrumental design, microfabrication, video-microscopy, computer interfacing to bacteria culture.
The position also includes active participation in the Light4Lungs consortium, involving regular meetings and collaborations in Spain, Italy and the UK. Depending on the Covid-19 situation, the candidate may also get the chance to take part in experiments at Prof. Giovanni Romano’s laboratory in Florence.
Applicants must have a PhD with a background in physics or physio-chemistry and a strong interest in biology.
More details are available here: https://www.labojeanperrin.fr/?jobs63