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Research Kit

You will find here all the essential information for the staff of the NeuroMarseille laboratories.

Find on this page the main resources for the staff of the NeuroMarseille Institute laboratories


NeuroMarseille/NeuroSchool is YOU! Let's build a strong and visible community together

Following consultation with the laboratory directors, it was agreed that all publications from the NeuroMarseille teams should mention: 

This work has received support from the French government under the "France 2030" program via A*Midex (Initiative d'Excellence d'Aix-Marseille Université, AMX-19-IET-004) and ANR funding (ANR-17-EURE-0029).

Download here the Neuromarseille and Neuroschool logos for your signatures and presentations

Useful links

The NeuroMarseille laboratory directory

Do you want to collaborate on a particular theme or technology? Find on this page the list of our laboratories and their teams.
You can search directly by keyword, by campus or by theme at the top of the page, just before the listing. 

You can also find all the laboratories and their teams in this excel document

Laboratory directory

Calls for researchers and engineers

• funding for innovative and collaborative research projects (ICR and ICR Plus) – December
• funding of research projects to foster technical collaborations (TB) – December
• calls for thesis projects to host a student in your laboratory –  March
• co-financing for the organisation of scientific events or thematic schools – March & October

See the calls for researchers & engineers

The signature charter for AMU scientific publications

This charter sets out the common rules for signing AMU publications and communicates the main instructions to be followed so that the research unit, Aix Marseille University and the other supervisory bodies are correctly identified and listed in international databases.


Support for your ERC applications

Applying for funding from the European Research Council is often stressful and difficult to put together. A new support group has been set up via the GINTER (Groupe INTERnational de NeuroMarseille); the ERC-NM is there for you!

Find out more
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Recruiting volunteers for experiments

Are you looking for participants for your experiments?
Here are some tips on how to recruit them!

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CIVIS partners

Aix-Marseille Université is a member of CIVIS, the European Civic University, thanks to this partnership new collaborations are possible with member universities. Find in this document the neuroscientific teams' members of CIVIS

Discover the CIVIS directory
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Latest news from NeuroMarseille

Check out our newsletter to keep up to date with our news! Every month, it's a digest of good news. 

See our newsletters
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Marseille: Research grants

For several years now, the City of Marseille has had a procedure in place to promote research in Marseille. It aims to support the reception and installation of experienced researchers in the city.


Internships and jobs

Would you like to welcome a student? Or are you looking for a new employee? Post your offer on our website. 
- Post an internship offer 
- Post a thesis offer
- Post a job offer

Also consider posting your offer in our LinkedIn group NeuroCommunity, which aims to bring together all our students and lab members, past and present.

Internship, PhD project, job offers.

Other sites to post job ads

Other sites where to post your offers to optimize your recruitments:
- site of the doctoral school 62 (contact)
- FENS (free for FENS members)
- ABG (free for PhD project offers)
- LinkedIn : make a post on your personal account, then we can share it
- ResearchGate : same
- Société des Neurosciences 
- ITMO Neuro   
- RISC (cognitive science)
- Cog'Jobs (cognitive science)
- Academic positions: the DRV can take care of it through this Word form
- Indeed

Hosting an international PhD student or researcher

You have just hired an international PhD student or researcher and you are wondering where to find the information to help him/her in the administrative steps?
We have prepared two checklists to help you:
- one for international PhD students,
- the other for their supervisor(s).

Visa procedures - transitional provisions
Note that the Euraxess website gathers a lot of useful information for researchers (including PhD students) who come to France.

Browse the Euraxess website

Useful links in the lab

Molecular biology

Health and safety

Laboratory animal use and care

see more helpful links

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