Adélie, Charline, and Audrey welcome three students in our team for a few months, Laurie Differding, Elisabeth Wanlin, and Nathan De Visch
The work of Caroline Servais, building upon data generated by Vicky Vassen on LptD localization, is now published in Nature Communications.
Follow this link to access this paper : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-023-36442-y
Tania is Colombian and did his PhD in Barcelona (Spain). José is Portuguese and did his Master degree in Porto (Portugal).
Welcome Tania and José, looking forward to make more exciting science!
Two 2-year post-doctoral positions funded by the Belgian Research Fund F.R.S-FNRS are available starting within the first half of 2020.
Applicants should hold a PhD in Molecular Microbiology or obtain it before June 2020 and be experiencing an "international mobility”.
Informal enquiries may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The PhD position is funded for 1 year (renewable) and should start immediately. The candidate will hold a Master degree (120 ECTS or equivalent) in Molecular Biology, Microbiology or Biochemistry since 2017 or later.
Informal inquiries, CV (including grades and ranking for PhD candidates), a motivation letter and names of at least two referees should be sent to Régis Hallez (email@example.com) before the 15th of December 2019.
Aishwarya is Indian and did her Bachelor degree at the University Westminster (UK) and her Master degree at University of Edinburgh (Scotland).
We wish you a warm welcome and are looking forward to starting an exciting research project!
Alex is colombian and did his PhD at Cambridge (UK) and Anthony is french and did his PhD in Toulouse (France).
Welcome Alex and Anthony, looking forward to make great science together!
Régis has been ellected as a NARC (Namur Research College) Fellow.
Régis becomes a Welbio investigator by getting a Welbio Starting Grant from @Welbio_asbl and @frsFNRS.