We offer a two-years postdoc position to work on organic synthesis of molecular photoswitches to in vivo evaluation of their toxicity and impact on T and Natural Killer cells. Within the frame of this project, both photophysical and biological properties will be determined. A good expertise in photobiology/photochemistry will be required and valued by combination with high expertise in immunology, cell biological, chemistry and photophysics and studies of L2CM and IMoPa. As a postdoctoral researcher, you will be attached to both laboratories, which are located in Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France. Missions in Tanaka’s lab (Heidelberg University) will be planned to perform in live cell imaging and statistical analysis of cell dynamics.
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We offer a one-year postdoc position to work on organic synthesis of photoswitches triggering applications in photo-immunotherapy/phototherapy/imagery. You will be responsible and/or participate to the following tasks: • synthesis of photoswitching moieties, according to procedures already reported by L2CM (doi.org/10.1021/acs.joc.1c00598) • synthesis of corresponding photolipids • formulation into liposomes and physico-chemical characterization • participation in the supervision of PhDs, engineers, and trainees - restoring the results, communication at international conferences, participation in writing of manuscripts.
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We offer an 18-months postdoctoral position to work on the photophysical mechanism of molecular motors (or more generally photoswitches). You will be responsible and/or participate to the following tasks: • Study of the ground state structure and dynamics at molecular and assembled levels • Characterization of excited-state dynamics at molecular and assembled level • Participation in the supervision of PhDs, engineers, and trainees - restoring the results, communication at international conferences, participation in writing of manuscripts.
Keywords: ultrafast spectroscopy • self-assembling • photoswitches • molecular machines