We are looking for

PhD and MSc candidates to study the repair of UV induced DNA damages in the yeast S. cerevisiae. Abilities and skills in cell and molecular biology or yeast biology are welcome.

We recognize the importance of the implication in mentoring and community service.

This research lab is an advocate for equity and is committed to ensuring its composition is diverse and inclusive. We welcome applications from members of racialized minorities, women, indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of various sexual orientations and gender identities, and other with the skills and knowledge to contribute to the lab research excellence. Our lab seeks to maintain its commitment to excellence and recognizes that increasing the diversity of its members, and ensuring an inclusive environment, supports this objective.

Application must include:


Please send the application to chromatin.repair@usherbrooke.ca with the keywords “candidature” and “master”, or “doctorate” in the email subject.