Stages

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NeuroPSI offre une palette large de thématiques pour assouvir votre curiosité et vos envies de progresser dans votre projet professionnel.

COMITÉ STAGE DE NeuroPSI

Un comité stage composé d’un membre de chaque département Alexis Faure (Neurosciences Cognitives et des Réseaux), Marc Pananceau (Neurosciences Intégratives et Computationnelles) et Patrick Pla (Développement, Évolution et Signalisation Cellulaires) est :

  • à la disposition des chercheurs pour la diffusion des annonces de stage,
  • à la disposition des étudiants pour diffuser leur candidature et
  • à la disposition des stagiaires pour les aider dans leurs démarches administratives.

OFFRES DE STAGES DE NeuroPSI

Stages de licence

The student will develop behavioral paradigms and new analyses based on the existing set ups in the lab (automated video-tracking, automated behavioral detection, quantitative behavioral analysis), by using both his/her ideas and existing protocols in the literature. This internship is also an opportunity to discover the Drosophila model, learn its advantages and other techniques used in the lab from Drosophula genetics to connectomics and functional imaging. The candidate will work in the team Neural Circuits and Behavior headed by Tihana Jovanic in Saclay (20 km south of Paris). NeuroPSI has state-of the art core facilities and the Saclay campus provides a highly interdisciplinary and collaborative environment mixing university and engineering schools, with excellent laboratories in fundamental and applied science. There will also be opprotunities for collaboration with the Janelia Research Campus (USA) and Institut Pasteur (Paris, France).

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Internships are available in the Neurogenetics of Drosophila team, headed by Daniel Vasiliauskas.
How do closely related neuron types establish and then maintain their functional differences? And, how do genetic programs differ between individuals to create unique brains? Our team investigates these questions by studying how colour photoreceptor neurons in the retina acquire (during development) and maintain (throughout their adult life) their different colour sensitivities, and how natural genetic variation affects these processes in the wild populations. The internship projects will address specific questions within this broad scientific program and will be designed in consultation with the student to reflect his or her interests and goals. The student will use Drosophila genetics, immunohistochemistry, RNAscope-based in situ hybridization, confocal microscopy, and molecular biology. More detailed descriptions of two potential projects are in the following pdf.

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Stages de Master

The student will develop behavioral paradigms and new analyses based on the existing set ups in the lab (automated video-tracking, automated behavioral detection, quantitative behavioral analysis), by using both his/her ideas and existing protocols in the literature. This internship is also an opportunity to discover the Drosophila model, learn its advantages and other techniques used in the lab from Drosophula genetics to connectomics and functional imaging. The candidate will work in the team Neural Circuits and Behavior headed by Tihana Jovanic in Saclay (20 km south of Paris). NeuroPSI has state-of the art core facilities and the Saclay campus provides a highly interdisciplinary and collaborative environment mixing university and engineering schools, with excellent laboratories in fundamental and applied science. There will also be opprotunities for collaboration with the Janelia Research Campus (USA) and Institut Pasteur (Paris, France).

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M1 and M2 internships are available in the Neurogenetics of Drosophila team, headed by Daniel Vasiliauskas.
How do closely related neuron types establish and then maintain their functional differences? And, how do genetic programs differ between individuals to create unique brains? Our team investigates these questions by studying how colour photoreceptor neurons in the retina acquire (during development) and maintain (throughout their adult life) their different colour sensitivities, and how natural genetic variation affects these processes in the wild populations. The internship projects will address specific questions within this broad scientific program and will be designed in consultation with the student to reflect his or her interests and goals. The student will use Drosophila genetics, immunohistochemistry, RNAscope-based in situ hybridization, confocal microscopy, and molecular biology. More detailed descriptions of two potential projects are in the following pdf.

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CANDIDATURE SPONTANÉE

Si vous souhaitez envoyer une candidature spontanée pour un stage à NeuroPSI, veuillez contacter par e-mail le chef de l’équipe souhaitée.