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The Institut Pasteur de Lille has an international medical research center on its campus divided into eight units, with multidisciplinary and transversal skills. 

Join us to be part of our project, and contribute to the scientific discoveries of tomorrow.

Recruitment : our scientific job offers

Since its creation in 1894, Institut Pasteur de Lille is founded on the following core values: Science at the service of human progress, scientific excellence and a service that is oriented towards public health. Our foundation, which is a recognised non-profit organisation, has always been involved in research on frequently occurring pathologies in our region, particularly infectious diseases like tuberculosis.
Currently, our teams of researchers are working on frequently occurring pathologies : infectious, inflammatory, chronic or acute diseases, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular illnesses, obesity, etc.
Our foundation is also interested in the scientific education of young people, the environment and is creating the code of conduct and quality guidelines provided below.

Candidates should apply by sending a CV addressed to HR (recrutement@pasteur-lille.fr) with the relevant position as a subject.
Their CV should detail their publication list and summerize their research experience and interests. We would appreciate to receive contact information for 3 referees.

Postdoctoral position in cardiovascular research at Inserm Lille (France) – H/F

Temporary contract – Full time

A post-doctoral position is immediately available in the team headed by Pr Sophie Susen and Pr Eric Van belle in the laboratory of Pr. Bart Staels at Inserm U1011 in Lille, France.
Previous experience in bioinformatics and/or animal experimentation will be a plus but is not required. An excellent level in English is required to publish results and present them at international conferences.
Contact : sophie.susen@inserm.fr

Engineer in biologie / Ingénieur en biologie – H/F

Temporary contract (24 months possibly renawble) – Full time

The engineer recruited in team 2 “cardiovascular pathologies, flow anomalies and hemostasis” of UMR Inserm 1011 directed by Pr Sophie Susen and Eric Van Belle will be involved in the development of projects assessing the consequences of alterations in blood circulation and new therapies (valvular prostheses, heart pumps, monoclonal antibodies) on the actors of haemostasis, either proteins (Willebrand factor) or cells (endothelial cells, platelets , monocytes), and the risk of bleeding and thrombosis (WillAssistHeart RHU project (hospitaluniversity health research), Calypso PSPC project (support program for competitiveness clusters).
Contact : sophie.susen@inserm.fr

Project Manager, Drug Discovery (Apteeus) – H/F

Contract : Full time

We are seeking a highly motivated science and result-driven research manager who will be key in advancing our preclinical scientific activities. The successful candidate will utilize state-of-the-art and innovative cellular screening technologies, in vitro and in vivo technics. He or she will be involved in establishing, validating and implementing relevant assays to measure disease-specific phenotypes.
Contact : terence.beghyn@apteeus.fr

Post-doc position in Genetic Epidemiology – H/F

A 2-year post-doctoral position (with a possible extension) is available from January 2023 at Inserm UMR1167 unit – Risk factors and molecular determinants of aging-related diseases. The successful candidate will work with Céline Bellenguez in the multidisciplinary team led by Dr Jean-Charles Lambert, a group which is a world leader in the genetic epidemiology of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

 The objective of the post-doctoral project is to better characterize the genetic component of AD by studying the impact of sex-related genetic risk factors on the disease risk. This project will be performed on large datasets of AD cases and controls with whole-exome or whole-genome sequencing data (WES and WGS) and/or genome-wide genotyping data. It will be conducted in collaboration with our partners from the international and European consortia EADB, ADES, IGAP and ADSP. There will be opportunities to develop statistical methods.

Contact : celine.bellenguez@pasteur-lille.fr

Professional equality index

In accordance with the law of September 5, 2018 on “the freedom to choose one’s professional future”, specified by a decree of January 8, 2019, the Institut Pasteur de Lille obtains the score of :

  • 94/100 on the gender equality index for the year 2018
  • 98/100 on the gender equality index for the year 2019
  • 99/100 on the gender equality index for the year 2020
    • Remuneration gap indicator: 39
    • Rate of increase deviation indicator: 20
    • Promotion rate gap indicator: 15
    • Maternity leave return indicator: not calculable
    • High pay indicator: 10