PostDoc in hiPSCs and retinal organoids & Developmental Neurobiology

Institut de la Vision

Paris, France

Posted 4/16/2024

We are seeking a creative, motivated and highly independent postdoctoral fellow with a strong expertise in hiPSCs and stem cell-derived organoids.

This position is fully funded for 3-5 years. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.

As a postdoc in our team, you will have access to state-of-the-art imaging and cell biology resources and collaborate with researchers and clinicians in both embryology and 3D microscopy. You will have the unique opportunity to work on interdisciplinary and international projects that span imaging, transcriptomics, proteomics, organoids, addressing important questions in the field of visual system development, evolution and embryology. Candidates should have proven research productivity as demonstrated by publications.

Key tasks and responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement models of retinal organoids.
  • Generate iPSC lines
  • Assess the function of genes involved in retinal development

Qualifications in several of the following areas:

  • PhD in Biology, Bioengineering or a related field
  • Proficiency in Human and mouse stem cell-derived retina or brain organoids
  • Experience in CRISPR-based genome editing
  • Light-sheet microscopy and 3D/4D image processing
  • Developmental neurobiology


  • Access to cutting-edge computational resources and training opportunities
  • Collaborative work environment with opportunities for career advancement
  • Opportunities for cross-training and networking with several top-rank institutions

To apply, please submit a cover letter outlining your research interests and career goals, a current CV, and contact information for three references.

Contact: Prof. Alain Chédotal; mail [email protected]


Last Updated 04/16/2024