du 01-10-2019 au 30-09-2022

Lipides photo-commutables: nouveaux outils moléculaires pour une thérapie photo-induite.

L'objectif principal est le développement d’outils moléculaires manipulables à distance et capables d’induire des modifications structurales au sein de la membrane. Il s’agit de lipides photo-commutables pouvant s’insérer dans la membrane et subir un changement conformationnel significatif par photo-isomérisation, perturbant ainsi la perméabilité de la membrane seulement sous l’action de la lumière.

Andreea Pasc, Maxime Mourer - Contacter
L2CM - Laboratoire Lorraine de Chimie Moléculaire à Nancy
Université de Lorraine

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Post-doctoral in coordination chemistry at the interface with biology

Project AIM +: Anticancer Iron Made+ AIM+ is a multidisplinary project at the interface between chemistry and biology. The aim is to develop a novel type of DNA hypomethylating agents able to bind DNA and to chemically induce its direct demethylation. Based on preliminary results showing a decrease in the 5‐methylcytosine level as well as a strong reduction of cell proliferation, our project aims to achieve the comprehension, at the molecular level, of its action mode. Our final goal is to develop an entire novel class of epigenetic drugs and harness their ability to control cell proliferation for therapeutic purposes. For this, AIM+ project will enhance, via proper chemical modifications, the demethylating activity and the selectivity of the proposed system. AIM+ is based on a multidisciplinary consortium gathering synthesis, molecular modelling and biology. The aim of the postdoctoral fellowship is to synthesise and characterize a range of new hypomethylating agents based on the preliminary results obtained by the consortium.

du 01-10-2019 au 30-09-2022

Photoactive Iron Complexes: Design and Application to Solar Energy - PhD position

The aim of the thesis program is to develop photosensitive compounds from low-cost and environmentally friendly metal complexes. While ruthenium complexes have been widely studied and used in many laboratory applications because of their ideal photophysical properties, ruthenium is a rare, toxic and expensive metal, which limits real industrial development. Our project aims to replace this metal with other metals such as iron, which is strategic in the search for low-cost devices and industrial processes that conserve resources. In particular, we are targeting the development of photosensitizers for the manufacture of dye solar cells (DSSCs).