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Master 2 research scolarship program

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018– 2019

 

  • Opening of the call for applications :                                         January 2018
  • Applications must be submitted before:                                   May 13th , 2018
  • Results:                                                                                            Jun 2018
  • 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/fr/index/resultats-de-la-recherche.html#navhttps://ecandidat.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/ecandidat/#!accueilView

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  13th 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):

NB SUBJECT TITLE SUPERVISORS INSTITUT
1 Nuclear control of chloroplast biogenesis by PAPs Robert Blanvillain
Robert.BLANVILLAIN@cea.fr
BIG
 2  Architecture of the bacterial cell wall formation machinery  Andrea DESSEN

andrea.dessen@ibs.fr

 IBS
3 Role of the EG-VEGF receptor antagonists in the control of ovarian cancer.

 

Nadia Alfaidy

Nadia.alfaidy-benharouga@cea.fr

 BIG
4 Development of protease inhibitors as potential anticancer agents/ targeting the enzymatic activity contributing to tumor chemoresistance Maxim BALAKIREV

maxim.balakirev@cea.fr

BIG
5  Atomic-resolution insight into dynamics and structure of chaperone complexes responsible for the transport of membrane proteins from the cytosol into organelles Beate Bersch
beate.bersch@ibs.fr
IBS
6 Investigation of the structural and dynamic
origin of membrane less viral replication
factories
Martin Blackledge

martin.blackledge@ibs.fr

 IBS
7 Mass spectrometry-based sequencing of proteins using a MALDI-TOF/TOF instrument Elisabetta Boeri Erba
elisabetta.boeri-erba@ibs.fr
IBS
8 Development of fluorescent proteins for quantitative and cryogenic super-resolution microscopy  Dominique Bourgeois
dominique.bourgeois@ibs.fr
IBS
9  Structure-Function studies of the orthoreovirus de novo protein Sigma One S Bourhis Jean-Marie
jean-marie.bourhis@ibs.fr
IBS
10  Characterization of the photosynthesis in green microalgae living in an extreme environment C. Rivasseau/ G. Finazzi
corinne.rivasseau@cea.fr; giovanni.finazzi@cea.fr
BIG
11  Editing Epigenetic Modifications in Plants to Rewire Development Christel Carles
Christel.carles@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
BIG
12 Coupling surface acoustic wave nebulization (SAWN) with high resolution mass spectrometry for Integral Membrane Protein Characterization Christophe D. MASSELON

christophe.masselon@cea.fr

BIG
13  Study of the bacterial cooperation in cell intoxication by Pseudomonas aeruginosa Eric Faudry
eric.faudry@cea.fr
BIG
14 Design of a versatile cell delivery vehicle Pascal Fender

pascal.fender@ibs.fr

IBS
15  Organotypic tissue slide culture to monitor anti-tumor drug therapy Odile FILHOL
odile.filhol-cochet@cea.fr
BIG
16 Characterization of a novel proteasome targeting machinery Bruno Franzetti
franzetti@ibs.fr
IBS
17 Deciphering the structure and function of the master floral complex G. Tichtinsky / F. Parcy

gabrielle.tichtinsky@univ-grenoblealpes.fr

francois.parcy@cea.fr

 BIG
Structural and functional implications of C1r protease mutations
identified in patients with a rare disease
GABORIAUD Christine

christine.gaboriaud@ibs.fr

IBS
19 Structure and Mechanisms of Glutamate Transporters Valentin Gordeliy
valentin.gordeliy@ibs.fr
IBS
20 Directed evolution of peptide inhibitors of influenza virus Darren HART

darren.hart@ibs.fr

 IBS
21  Structure and function of Nipah C protein JAMIN Marc
marc.jamin@ibs.fr
IBS
22 Using atomic force microscopy topography to reconstruct large biological complexes. JL Pellequer
jlpellequer@cea.fr
BIG
23 Molecular basis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa exolysin A secretion Antoine Maillard
antoine.maillard@cea.fr
BIG
24 Bcl-xL Amyloidogenesis: role in abnormal apoptosis and neurodegenerative disorders. MARQUETTE Christel
christel.marquette@cea.fr
BIG
25 Design of light-gated potassium channels Michel Vivaudou
vivaudou@ibs.fr
IBS
26 Defining the functional role of exosomal microRNAs in adrenocortical cancer cell aggressiveness Nadia Cherradi
nadia.cherradi@cea.fr
BIG
27 Deciphering the structure and function of the master floral complex François Parcy

francois.parcy@cea.fr

BIG
28 Study of the sporulation of spores Judith Peters

peters@ill.fr

ILL
29 Cross-talk of light- and carbon-signalling in green microalgae Dimitris PETROUTSOS
dimitris.petroutsos@cea.fr
BIG
30 Enzymatic regulation of cell-surface glycanic landscape in human disease Romain Vivès

romain.vives@ibs.fr

IBS
31 Structural aspects of TPPP/p25 leading to microtubule stability and amyloid fiber formation observed in human Parkinson’s disease SKOUFIAS, Dimitrios

dimitrios.skoufias@ibs.fr

IBS
32 Radical-based chemistry and antibiotics: the case of radical S-adenosyl-L-methionine enzymes Yvain Nicolet

yvain.nicolet@ibs.fr

IBS
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34

Structural Studies of Transcription Factor-Remodeller Complexes

 

 

Human monoclonal antibodies: a new therapeutic strategy against BK virus infection and associated diseases

Chloe ZUBIETA

chloe.zubieta@cea.fr

 

 

Pascal Poignard

pascal.poignard@ibs.fr

BIG

 

 

IBS