Internship Translational science - Romainville, FR

Job description

The Translational Department' missions are identification of biomarkers which are employed in our research programs. These biomarkers are used for the characterization of target engagement and mode of action of our molecules in different in vivo therapeutic models as well as in clinical phases. All this is done in a team-oriented, result-driven, international research environment.

For our site in ROMAINVILLE, France, we are looking for:

An intern for the Translational science Department

Your mission: set-up and optimize the extraction of cells from different tissues (controls and diseased) and cell characterization using flow cytometry (up to 10 markers). Further cell characterisation may require additional techniques including cell culture, western-blot, gene expression, ELISA.

The student will be supervised by a manager of the team.


You are currently in the final year of a Master 2 or 5th Year of an Engineering School.

You have some scientific and technical skills in cell biology, preferably in flow cytometry and/or cell culture and/or western-blot and/or gene expression.

You are flexible, autonomous, highly motivated and have good organizational skills.

You are a good team player.

At Galapagos, we aim to recruit the best people, who stand out among their peers, with integrity and excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Our employees are the strength behind Galapagos, a highly motivated team, eager to maintain Galapagos’ leading position and achieve breakthroughs in pharmaceutical research. Galapagos offers a competitive remuneration package and a dynamic work environment.

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