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INRA is recruiting 30 scientists until 2 March 2015

In 2015, INRA is recruiting 30 junior research scientists to reinforce its teams. Applications were open from 29 January to 2 March 2015 and positions were open to applicants of all nationalities. You can no longer apply.

Everywhere there is a future... INRA is recruiting.. © INRA
Updated on 03/02/2015
Published on 12/18/2014

Whatever scientific discipline they have been trained in, researchers depend on laboratory and field activities. Involved in scientific networks, they respond to environmental, economic and social issues. In striving for excellence, they discover and create concrete applications, useful for society. Personal research and collective projects overlap to advance knowledge and to contribute to innovation, whether it means producing sustainably, preserving the environment or improving human nutrition.

Positions are open in a wide range of scientific disciplines such as animal quantitative genetics, quantitative genetics and plant development, agrifood sciences and techniques, metabolism and physiology, genetic mechanisms of adaptation, physico-chemistry of interfaces and biological processes for the environment, functional ecology and modelling, evolutionary ecology and modelling, ecology, genetics, pathogens, veterinary and agrifood sciences (microbiology, molecular protozoology and immunology), applied mathematics and informatics, compromise and uncertainty in the evaluation and management of ecosystem services, economics.

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In the shoes of an INRA researcher

In 2015, environment, genetics, process engineering, medical and veterinary sciences are some of the research fields in which INRA is recruiting. Portraits of scientists who are exploring these areas:

- environment: functional ecology, landscape ecology, population dynamics and epidemiology, plant and animal ecophysiology

. © INRA, C. Maître
© INRA, C. Maître

Lisa Wingate, blazing new trails in research
> Read her portrait

 © Inra, C. Slagmulder
© Inra, C. Slagmulder

Mickaël Henry, decoding animal behaviour > See the film

- genetics: quantitative genetics, epigenetics, population genetics, landscape genetics, genetic resource management

. © INRA, C. Slagmulder
© INRA, C. Slagmulder

Olivier Loudet, conducting frontier research
> See the film

. © INRA
© INRA

Elisabetta Giuffra, science is her freedom > Read her portrait

- process engineering: bioprocesses, agrifood sciences and techniques and processes

. © INRA, Ch. Maître
© INRA, Ch. Maître

Christelle Lopez, specialist of milk lipids
> See her portrait

- medical and veterinary sciences: physiology, immunology, infectiology, nutrition, neurosciences, animal parasitology, toxicology, pharmacology, veterinary sciences and public health, pathology and biomedical engineering

. © INRA, Inra
© INRA, Inra

Guillaume Castel, phylogeny, the rodent and the virologist
> Read his portrait

INRA’s adhesion to the European Charter for Researchers

. © INRA
© INRA
As one of the leading agricultural research organisations in Europe, INRA places construction of the European Research Area and its attractiveness to young researchers among its priorities. INRA is the first French research organisation to have received the “HR Excellence in Research” label, awarded by the European Commission in recognition for its human resources policy.
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