2023 Postdoctoral Positions in Healthy Cardiovascular Aging at University of Lorraine


The application closes on September 30, 2022.

Hurray! The University of Lorraine is delighted to offer the application grants for the 2023 Postdoctoral Positions in Healthy Cardiovascular aging in France.

Lipidomic, genomic, and transcriptome investigations will be carried out as part of the candidate’s work using a multi-omics approach. The study involves experimental work using human vascular tissues and cells as well as animal models.

About University of Lorraine:

The University of Lorraine, established on January 1, 2012, is frequently referred to as U.L. It sought to bring together the top universities in the Lorraine area. Over 62,000 students, including 10,000 foreign ones, attend the University of Lorraine. There are 60 research units within the university.

In the list of the Best Global Universities, the University of Lorraine is placed 408. Utilizing the diversity and power of its scientific domains, the University of Lorraine fosters innovation via the discourse of knowledge to foster information transfer to support creativity, economic growth, and the advancement of basic science.

Applicable subject

The institution offers postdoctoral degrees in physiology, biochemistry, pathology, gerontology, epidemiology, cardiovascular science, and other fields.

Selection Criteria

The candidate must hold a PhD at the start of the position, with demonstrated skills in biochemistry, clinical epidemiology, and experimental in vivo/in vitro work.

Method of Application

To be eligible, applicants must have to complete the online application form. Applications are only accepted through email. All documents must be sent to: Magnus.back@univ-lorraine.fr

Supporting Documents

 Applicants are requested to submit the following materials:

  • A cover letter applying for the position
  • Curriculum Vitae – Your most recently updated C.V. includes a list of publications
  • Statement of Research
  • Academic transcripts.

Entry Requirements

  • The candidate must hold a Ph.D. in biochemistry, clinical epidemiology, and experimental work.
  •  Applicants must have an excellent command of English and good academic writing skills.