International competitive calls
The ApogeeBio* programme, supported by the European Commission, intends to launch 3 international calls from 2021 till 2023 for a total of 24 post-doctoral mobility fellowships. The 1st call and related documents will be published in October 2021, for 8 fellowships with average salary of 3000 € net/month. Applicants must not have resided or carried out the main activity in France for more than 12 months during the 3 years prior to the call deadline.
High standards in the Selection and employment process:
The selection process will be implemented according to the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment
of Researchers. It will follow institutional procedures in line with national and EU requirements and designed to incorporate equal
opportunity measures throughout the whole selection process and during implementation of the programme.
Excellence in the research offer
As a fellow, you will have access to attractive positions in 14 academic laboratories and a potential of 77 companies, all located in
Genopole biocluster. You will benefit from excellent research and innovation environment including high level infrastructures, as well as
training and networking opportunities that will enhance your career development potential. The research fields proposed are all applied
to health/life sciences or to environment and biodiversity; they include:
– Gene and cell therapies ;
– Human and environmental genomics ;
– Biophysics, structural and molecular biology, chemistry ;
– Digital sciences including bioinformatics, biostatistics, machine learning and IA ;
– Systems and synthetic biology, biotechnologies ;
– The management of innovation including intellectual and industrial property and ethics.
Mobility, training, and career development
You will have assistance through your mobility process and administrative procedures and have access to programs facilitating your
integration process as well as discovering French culture and courses. You will have access to career workshops covering job market
across Europe both in the academic and in the private sectors as well as a set of trainings and courses, seminars and workshops in
research related disciplines as well as in transferable skills.
Genopole is a pioneering biocluster in Evry located 30 kms south of Paris and dedicated to genomics and biotechnologies in health and
environment. On its 5 campuses of 115 000 m2 of buildings and facilities, the biocluster Genopole unites academic research laboratories,
higher education institutions and private companies. The main strategic areas of research and innovation are applied to health and
environment and include a large panel of disciplines.