Analyse the fundamental mechanisms  of extracellular matrix organisation in tissues.

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Describe and evaluate tissue response to insults.

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Propose and test innovative therapeutic approaches.

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Talented researchers wanted

We are looking for junior or senior researchers with international experience to develop and extend LBTI main research topics. Some examples of topics which are of high interest for us are the following : – tissue response to injury / repair / inflammation / neoplasia – aging – extracellular matrix organization / remodeling / signaling

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Innovations for cosmetics – The work of the Rousselle group in the spotlight

On the occasion of Cosmetic-360, an international trade fair for innovation in the cosmetics industry being held in Paris this week, a quick overview of ongoing research in CNRS laboratories, which are already at work on the cosmetics of the future. Read more :

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Master 2 Internship 2019- Biotechnology (Biomaterials and Inflammation)

Evaluation of inflammation pattern of a buccal patch for vaccine delivery Administrative supervisor: Dr Claire MONGE Scientific supervisor: Anne-Lise PARIS « Colloidal vectors and tissue transport » Most of infectious diseases use mucosal tissues as portal of entry. Yet, most of traditional injected vaccines are poor inducers of mucosal immunity and are then less effective

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Master 2 internship – 2019 – MOLECULAR MODELLING

This project will take place in a highly interdisciplinary environment at IBCP, in the group of Luca Monticelli (molecular modeling) and in close collaboration with Sofia Caridade who develops layer-by-layer (LbL) assemblies for drug delivery and other biomedical applications. The ideal candidate has a solid background in physical chemistry. Numerical competences (e.g., experience in programming

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David Hulmes honored by ISMB at MBE2018

David Hulmes has received the ISMB (International Society for Matrix Biology) award at Matrix Biology Europe 2018 for its outstanding contribution to the Society throughout the years. David was ISMB president between 2010 and 2012 and is the present treasurer of the society until the end of 2018.

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Postdoctoral position in bioinformatics

The current regulation on chemical substances makes it necessary to consider toxicological risks more widely in energy materials and they are gradually becoming a selection criterion for formulations. The project concerns the development of a tool for rational molecular design and toxicological evaluation of energy molecules. The postdoctoral position will be structured in different steps:

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