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Master 2 research scolarship program

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019– 2020

  • Opening of the call for applications : January 2019
  • Applications must be submitted before: May 31 , 2019
  • Results: Jun 2019
  • Contact : manel.boumegoura@cea.fr

The Labex GRAL program in collaboration with the University of Grenoble seeks applications for Master 2 scholarships. The candidates should be interested in any of the research topics proposed below by the groups associated with the GRAL program at IBS (http://www.ibs.fr) and BIG (http://big.cea.fr/drf/big/english/Pages/Presentation.aspx) and should enter one of the 10 Grenoble Master 2 program also indicated below. The successful candidates will receive from the GRAL Labex a scholarship of 8 000€ in order to cover the academic year from September to June, which includes 4 month of courses and 6 month of laboratory training. A maximum of 10 scholarships are available this year.

Please note that the candidates must deposit a registration file to the University!!! The file you send to the GRAL LABEX is only dedicated to the scholarship. 

More information on the University registration here: http://formations.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/en/index/search-a-program.html?#nav

Candidates to the Master 2 research scholarships must present a Master 1 diploma or any equivalent. If you are not registered and accepted in one of the dedicated M2 program, you can’t obtain the GRAL scholarship.

The candidates to the scholarship will have to send their application file to the GRAL Labex before May 31 in a unique PDF file to: manel.boumegoura@cea.fr

  • A cover letter indicating the University master program of interest and choices 1 and 2 of internship you are interested in (see the list below)
  • CV
  • Diplomas including marks (copies of academic transcripts equivalent to a Master 1 degree – 3 year Bachelor and 1 year of Master)
  • Certificate of request of registration to the University /  a letter of acceptance from the head of the M2 Program.
  • Level of languages (possibly TOEIC, Bulats, etc.)
  • One letter of recommendation

The files will be evaluated by a selection committee composed by the GRAL Directory and the persons in charge of the Master’s degrees. Our committee will only evaluate your application for the internship. Your admission to the M2 remains independent and dedicated to the University authorities.

 List of the UGA Master 2 available in this program:

  1. Masters in biology (Taught in English):
  1. Masters in Biodiversity, Ecology, Evolution (Taught in French):
  1. Masters in Physics (Taught in English and French):
  1. Masters in Nanosciences, nanotechnologies (Taught in English):

List of the internships available in this program (please follow the link for more details on each subject):

NBSUBJECT TITLESUPERVISORSINSTITUT
1Editing Epigenetic Modifications in Plants to Rewire DevelopmentChristel Carles
Christel.carles@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
BIG
2Unraveling the different functions of the dUSP36 deubiquitinaseEmmanuel Taillebourg
emmanuel.taillebourg@cea.fr
BIG
3Structure-Function studies of the orthoreovirus de novo protein Sigma One SBourhis Jean-Marie
jean-marie.bourhis@ibs.fr
IBS
4Investigation of post- translational modifications of proteins using a MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometryElisabetta Boeri Erba
elisabetta.boeri-erba@ibs.fr
IBS
5Import of HIV-1 Rev into the host cell nucleusCarlo PETOSA
carlo.petosa@ibs.fr
IBS
6Bcl-xL Amyloidogenesis: role in abnormal apoptosis and neurodegenerative disorders.MARQUETTE Christel
christel.marquette@cea.fr
BIG
7Integrated study of a negative transcriptional regulator of bacterial virulenceSylvie Elsen
sylvie.elsen@cea.fr
BIG
8Linking cilia-based motility with regulation of photosynthesisDimitris Petroutsos
dimitris.petroutsos@cea.fr
BIG
9Using microfluidics to control the biochemical environment during actin assemblyLaurent BLANCHOIN
laurent.blanchoin@cea.fr
BIG
10Characterization of BMP9/10 knockout mouse modelsClaire Bouvard
claire.bouvard@cea.fr
BIG
11Addressing phytoplankton ecophysiology using an integrated imaging approachJohan Decelle
johan.decelle@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
BIG
12Proteomic analysis of Lysine crotonylation in kidney cancer.Delphine PFLIEGER
delphine.pflieger@cea.fr
BIG
13Investigating the molecular determinants of Pseudomonas aeruginosa exolysin A activityAntoine Maillard
antoine.maillard@cea.fr
BIG
14Regulation of lipid droplet formation in the model diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutumSalvaing Juliette
Juliette.salvaing@cea.fr
BIG
15In planta expression and interaction of the “flower-maker” couple LEAFY/UFOG. Tichtinsky
gabrielle.tichtinsky@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
BIG
16Atomic-resolution insight into dynamics and structure of cytosolic chaperone / mitochondrial outer membrane receptor complexes responsible for the targeting of mitochondrial preproteins through the outer membraneBeate Bersch
beate.bersch@ibs.fr
IBS
17Integrating protein dynamics into the rational drug design processJ. BOISBOUVIER
jerome.boisbouvier@ibs.fr
IBS
18Structural study of the Nitrogenase active site maturation using for the first time CryoElectron Microscopy in anaerobic conditions.Cherrier Mickaël
mickael.cherrier@ibs.fr
IBS
19Time resolved insights into the photo-activation mechanism of the Orange Carotenoid Protein by pump-probe serial femtosecond nano-crystallography.Jacques-Philippe Colletier
colletier@ibs.fr
IBS
20Directed evolution of peptide inhibitors against influenza virusDarren HART
darren.hart@ibs.fr
IBS
21Resistance to HOCl: a new enzyme system involved in bacterial pathogenicityDeniaud Corinne/Fieschi Franck
corinne.deniaud@ibs.fr
IBS
22Structural studies of the SpoIIIA-SpoIIQ complex involved in Bacillus subtilis sporulationCecile Morlot
cecilemorlot@ibs.fr
IBS
23Unraveling the link between pathogenic E. Coli and colorectal cancerPauline Macheboeuf
pauline.macheboeuf@gmail.com
IBS
24Supramolecular assembly of functionalized nanostructuresJL PELLEQUER
jean-luc.pellequer@ibs.fr
IBS
25Characterization of a molecular core connecting the proteasome with RNA quality control machineriesB. Franzetti
franzetti@ibs.fr
IBS
26Design of light-gated potassium channelsMichel Vivaudou
vivaudou@ibs.fr
IBS
27Activity of the vaccinia virus DNA polymerase holoenzymeWim Burmeister
wim.burmeister@ibs.fr
BIG
28Ultra-weak interaction between the intrinsically disordered phosphoprotein and the nucleoprotein of Measles. An exciting target for Measles inhibitionMartin Blackledge
martin.blackledge@ibs.fr
IBS
29Development of fluorescent proteins for quantitative and cryogenic super-resolution microscopyDominique Bourgeois
dominique.bourgeois@ibs.fr
IBS
30Development of new antimicrobials by targeting the bacterial cell wall formation pathwayAndrea DESSEN
andrea.dessen@ibs.fr
IBS
31Design and pre-clinical evaluation of new vaccine vectors stimulating the immune system in cancer immunotherapyFender Pascal
pascal.fender@ibs.fr
IBS
32Structural approach of oxygen sensing by the fumarate and nitrate reduction regulator FNREve de Rosny
eve.derosny@ibs.fr
IBS
33membrane proteins, glutamate transporters, X-ray crystallography.Valentin Gordeliy
valentin.gordeliy@ibs.fr
IBS
34Mechanism of assembly of rabies virus replication machine- understanding the fundamental principles and discovering new drug targets

JAMIN Marc
marc.jamin@ibs.fr
IBS
35Allostery-OriginDominique Madern-IBS
Dominique.Madern@ibs.fr
IBS
36Structural characterization of Hantaan virus replication complexes by single particle cryo-electron microscopy and tomographyHélène Malet-IBS
helene.malet@ibs.fr
IBS
37Do C1s mutations identified in diseases affect the multiple functions of this immune protease?Véronique ROSSI-IBS
veronique.rossi@ibs.fr
IBS
38
Imaging ESCRT-III filaments at HIV-1 budding sites
W. Weissenhorn & C-IBS
cecile.boscheron@ibs.fr
IBS
39 Identification of enzyme complexes involved in Heparan sulfate biosynthesis
Rabia Sadir
rabia.sadir@ibs.fr
IBS
40
Quantum effects in biology



Judith Peters

jpeters@ill.fr

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