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L’AU REVOIR À UNE GRANDE DAME

GOODBYE TO AN EXCEPTIONAL PERSON A scientific community is like a human being: it is born, grows and develops by welcoming other people. It is the case of CFATG and the international research community on autophagy. Unfortunately, like for human beings, death has taken a person who was much treasured by this community. Beth Levine…

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Normal and pathological angiogenesis – April 2020

Team: Normal and pathological angiogenesis Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging, Nice Team presentation https://ircan.org/en/research/gilles-pages Team leader : : Dr Gilles Pagès, DR1 INSERM, gilles.pages@uni-cotedazur.fr Tél : +334 92 03 12 31 Team members : Roser Busca (CR1 CNRS) Manon Campillo (Doctorante) Anaïs Hagege (Doctorante) Philippe Lenormand (CR1 INSERM) Frédéric Luciano (CR1 INSERM) Sonia…

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Submit an abstract for Imaging Autophagy Session at emc2020 (August 23-28th 2020, Copenhagen, Danemark)

emc2020 – LSA.8: Imaging Self Eating – Autophagy under the Microscope Date: August 23-28, 2020 Location: Copenhagen, Danemark Website: https://www.emc2020.eu/conference/conference-sessions/life-sciences-applications.html Abstract deadline: March 15, 2020 Eeva-Liisa Eskelinen and Nick Ktistakis are organizing a session on imaging in autophagy research in the European Microscopy Congress in Copenhagen in August 2020. Session chairs: Eeva-Liisa Eskelinen and Nicholas…

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“TOR de France” (May 25-26th, 2020 Nice, France)

“TOR” de France Date: May 25-26 2020 Location: Nice, France Website: https://www.tor-de-france.fr We are pleased to announce that the registration is open to the 2-nd meeting “TOR de France”, which will be held on 25-26 May 2020 at the Hotel Saint Paul in Nice, France (www.tor-de-france.fr). Currently “TOR de France” is a unique conference series…

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Cellular biology of bacterial infections- March 2020

Team: Cell Biology of Bacterial Infections Institut de Recherche en Infectiologie de Montpellier (IRIM) CNRS UMR9004 1919 route de Mende 34293 Montpellier France Tel : +33 4 34 35 94 59 Fax : +33 4 34 35 94 14 Team presentation http://www.irim.cnrs.fr/index.php/en/researchh/teams/cellular-biology-of-bacterial-infections Team leader : : Dr Matteo Bonazzi, DR2 CNRS, matteo.bonazzi@irim.cnrs.fr Team members, 2020 : Arthur…

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2 PhD positions at the INRAE/UPPA UMR1419 NuMeA (St Pée-sur-Nivelle, FRANCE)

3-year PhD Position 1 INRAE/UPPA UMR1419 NuMeA (St Pée-sur-Nivelle, FRANCE) Dr I SEILIEZ (UMR1419 INRAE-UPPA NuMeA) is looking for an excellent and highly motivated candidate to join his research group for the realization of a project aiming at deciphering the role of chaperone-mediated autophagy in the metabolic utilization of dietary carbohydrates in rainbow trout, oncochrynchus…

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Research Associate Position, mTOR (University of Bristol, UK)

A 2-year Reasearch Associate position is open to work on mTOR signaling in the University of Bristol, UK. The newly established lab of Dr Bernadette Carroll is seeking for a Research Associate. The project will employ quantitative proteomics, protein biochemistry and high-resolution microscopy identify the molecular mechanisms controlling the mTORC1 regulator, TSC. The funds for…

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PostDocs/PhD on ER-phagy (Wilkinson Lab, Edinburgh, UK)

2 PostDoc positions and one PhD studentship on ER-phagy are available in the Wilkinson laboratory, Edinburgh, UK. Please contact Simon Wilkinson (s.wilkinson@ed.ac.uk) for further information. Find more information on the Wilkinson Lab Postdoc 1:Discovery and characterisation of ER-phagy protein networks Click here Postdoc 2:Identifying the roles of ER-phagy in cancer Click here 4 year PhD…

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