Poste basé à Bordeaux

The BORDEAUX INSTITUTE OF ONCOLOGY, BRIC U1312,  is seeking to recruit a Junior Professor (lecturer/researcher) to develop innovative research programs on the biology and treatment of cancer and to reinforce the fundamental biology curriculum offered at the University of Bordeaux. Potential course subjects include cancer biology, cell signaling, experimental models, molecular imaging, etc. as part of the Cancer biology international master and graduate programs and bachelor in life sciences.

BRIC is a newly established research unit in Bordeaux that is dedicated to cancer research. Its research program includes genetic and molecular oncogenesis, tumor heterogeneity and microenvironment, and defining the mechanisms of resistance. BRIC comprises 11 teams and is currently located at two sites at the University of Bordeaux (Carreire and Talence campuses), with state-of-the-art core facilities available. To translate basic research findings, BRIC operates in close collaboration with clinical partners at the University Hospital of Bordeaux (CHU) and the Institut Bergonié cancer hospital. More information about life at BRIC is available on our website.

The appointed Junior Professor will initially benefit from a reduced teaching workload (64hrs annually) in order to promote the establishment of a productive research project. S/he will also be provided with a support package that includes salary (commensurate with previous experience, i.e. 2eme – 3eme echelon PR2C), appropriate office and lab space, as well as start-up funding.

Eligibility: Candidates must have a PhD or equivalent degree and a strong track record that includes teaching experience and is compatible with application for highly competitive funding.
Procedure: Applicants should send a single PDF file (single-spaced, 11-point Arial) containing
-Concise CV (1 page) and list of publications
-Contact information for 2-3 references
-Description of past/present research and teaching activities (2 pages)
-Detailed research/teaching proposal including (1) research objectives, rationale, and methodology highlighting the novelty and feasibility of the project, and identification of potential collaborators at BRIC as well as (2) teaching project objectives and operational integration in the education structure (5 pages).
This document should be sent to Dr. Fréderic Saltel, director of BRIC, (
For informal inquiries, please contact Dr. Catherine Sawai ( or Dr. Sandrine Poglio (
Deadline for applications: February 28, 2023

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