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You can also view post offers on the Inra national site (external or internally competitive ...), under 'Careers & Jobs'.

If you want to apply for a job or job post, send your CV and your letter of motivation to the following address: isa-contact@inra.fr

Inra's Sophia Antipolis's site offers modest lounge rooms. It is also possible to reserve studio furnished outside of the site with special rates. For more information you can contact Sandra Castellano at 04.92.38.64.54 or by mail.

Post-doctoral position

Position in Plant Pathology

Position in Plant Pathology “Sélecteur de propagules d’oomycètes du genre Phytophthora” Institut Sophia Agrobiotech (ISA), UMR1355
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Post-doctoral position

Post-doctoral position in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology

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INRA is recruiting engineers, managers, technicians and administrative staff

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Master research training - M2

Master research training - M2

Stage NEMATOXpress : This research training concerns a Master degree student for a six month period (from the beginning of january to the end of june...
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Post-doctoral position

Post-doctoral position in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology

Post-doctoral position in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology : “Collective motion of Phytophthora zoospores” - Institut Sophia Agrobiotech...
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INRA is recruiting

INRA is recruiting 49 scientists

INRA is recruiting 49 experienced researchers in 2017.
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Labex SIGNALIFE 2016 PhD program

25 PhD Positions in Cell Signaling

The International SIGNALIFE PhD program of the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis is currently accepting applications for 25 targeted 3-year PhD...
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PostDoc position

24-month PostDoc Position in Evolutionary and Comparative Genomics

A Postdoc position in Evolutionary and Population Genomics is available in IPN team. The position is open immediately and the funding is for 24...
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Post-doctoral position

Postdoctoral position announcement: 'Immune interactions between aphids and their primary and secondary symbionts. '
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Post-doctoral position

Post-doctoral position announcement: 'Chronic effect of Bt on non-target insects, focusing on immunity'
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