last quinquennial period (2014-2019)
EDyP laboratory is hiring a research engineer to develop and implement analytical and computational techniques and methods for the structural characterization of protein complexes using crosslinking coupled to mass spectrometry (XL-MS). Read the complete description. Image credit: Cindy Parks de Pixabay
Open research engineer position
EDyP laboratory is hiring an engineer to implement a set of analytical and computational techniques and methods for the analysis of protein repertoires based on mass spectrometry in order to answer biological and health questions. Read the complete description. Image credit: Cindy Parks de Pixabay
Open engineer position
In the framework of a multidisciplinary project, the CEA Fundamental Research Division, in collaboration with the CEA LETI et the CEA LITEN, develops novel approaches toward the characterization of viral particles in aerosol phase. In this context, we are seeking a research engineer specialized in fluid mechanics. Read the complete...
“Exploring the Dynamics of Proteomes” (EDyP) team has been active in the field of proteomics since its foundation in 1992 by Dr Jérôme Garin as the “Chimie des Protéines” laboratory. Since then, EDyP team has continuously developed mass spectrometry (MS)-based and computational strategies to finely and comprehensively characterize proteomes, in order to provide new insights in basic biology, biotechnology and translational research. EDyP team is located in the West campus of Grenoble and is currently supported by 4 governmental institutions: CEA, Inserm, CNRS and Grenoble Alpes Université. EDyP team is also part of the “Proteomics French Infrastructure” ProFI and its service and research activities are ISO9001:2015- and NFX 50-900-certified.
Exploring the Dynamics of Proteomes (EDyP),
Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire de Grenoble (IRIG)