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The URBC includes 40 researchers and technicians studying 5 different fields. The researches are devoted to the understanding of cell response mechanisms in normal and pathological situations.

The URBC also develops more applied researches associated with proteomics development and nanotechnologies.

Research studies themes

  • TumHyp : Tumor Hypoxia
  • DYSO : the dialogue between the mitochondria, the nucleus and the other organelles
  • SAGE : Stress and ageing - stress-induced premature senescence (SIPS)
  • DoME : Dynamics of Membranes & Endocytosis
  • Applied research :
    •  Transcription factors : development of new assays to identify the transcriptional regulators captured by a regulatory sequence. This research includes the study of transcription factors as well as proteomics analyses for which the lab is fully equipped.
      Our group has a longstanding expertise in proteomics. Over the last years this expertise has been applied to food and feed analyses.


Job offers

PhD project job offer: Impact of lactation-associated gene clusters on milk production performance in goats

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We are looking for a person with a university degree in life sciences, such as bioengineer, civil or industrial engineer with a (bio)chemical orientation, veterinarian, master's degree in biomedical sciences, master's degree in biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology.

The researcher has an interest in the use of genome editing tools for living organisms. An interest in analytical methods such as mass spectrometry and/or cell regulation mechanisms will be an asset. Familiarity with milk biochemistry will be an advantage.

He/she will be rigorous, organized, and efficient. Fluency in English is essential, as are good communication skills. A driving license with a personal vehicle is desirable.

Download the job offer here (PDF document).