Single-molecule spectroscopy of protein - nucleic acid interactions

We are interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms of interactions between intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) and nucleic acids.

For this purpose we use a large bouquet of state-of-the-art techniques, among which the central role is attributed to single-molecule spectroscopy in combination with Förster resonance energy transfer (single-molecule FRET), both in vitro and in live cells.

We are looking for a motivated PhD student

If you want to work on an exciting multidisciplinary project focused on biomolecular phase separation and explore it and underlying molecular processes from different angles of biophysics, cell biology and soft-matter physics, don't hesitate to apply.

Application deadline July 20, 2023

See the details here


How to find us

Our group is part of the research unit ARNA (Nucleic Acids: Natural and Artificial Regulation) @ INSERM U1212 / CNRS UMR 5320 / UB 

We are located at the

University of Bordeaux

2, Rue Robert Escarpit, 33607 PESSAC, France

Tel: +33 5 40 00 25 37