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Postdoctoral position Research GRAP INSERM U1247 – FRANCE -02/2024

Effect of Psylocybin on the decrease in alcohol consumption

The GRAP lab (INSERM Unit 1247) is looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious candidate to work on a funded project (IReSP-INCa – Fund for fighting against addictions) aiming at deciphering the effect of Psilocybin on the decrease in alcohol consumption. This project is going to combine a variety of stateof the-art techniques, including behavioral pharmacology, in vivo fast scan voltammetry, dopamine imaging, genetic silencing of specific genes and brain imaging. The position is available for a 2 years period. The present project is a collaborative work with Dr. Sébastien Carnicella’s research team located in the Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences (

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Postdoctoral position at the Neuropsychopharmacology Unit of the University of Camerino – ITALY -02/2024

Social isolation in adolescence as a risk factor predisposing to alcoholism

The successful candidate will join a multi-PI team composed by Prof Nazzareno Cannella, Prof Roberto Ciccocioppo, Prof Massimo Ubaldi, Dr Esi Domi and their research groups. The team is a culturally heterogeneous and international environment in which state-of-the-art multidisciplinary research on drug dependence and comorbid conditions is conducted.

Education: Biological Sciences, Pharmaceutical Science, Medicine or related fields.

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Employer: University of Camerino

Location: Camerino, Italy

Duration: 18 months

Application deadline: 15.03.2024, 1pm

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Junior Professor Chair (4-year tenure track position followed by a full-time professor position) in Alcohol Addiction from neurobiology to new therapies GRAP/INSERM U1247 – FRANCE -02/2024

Translational projects on Alcohol use disorders

The GRAP lab (INSERM Unit 1247) is looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious candidate to apply for a Junior Professor chair position (4 year tenure and then Professor position).

The candidate will work on translational projects investigating the neurobiology of addiction and new treatments.

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Post-doctoral clinician-scientist The IDIBAPS-BITRECS – SPAIN -02/2024

Alcohol-associated neurocognitive impairment: clinical and socioeconomic implications.

The IDIBAPS-BITRECS (Biomedicine International Training Research for Excellent Clinician-Scientists) fellowship program is seeking an outstanding post-doctoral clinician-scientist within the research line Alcohol-associated neurocognitive impairment: clinical and socioeconomic implications. Applications are open until 04 March 2024.


The BITRECS program supports researchers in undertaking 3-year projects in cutting-edge translational research in biomedicine across 5 research areas. The Alcohol-associated neurocognitive impairment (AACI) research line aims to address challenges in the diagnosis and management of patients with Alcohol Use Disorder and associated liver disease who present with AACI, and to consider its socioeconomic impact. The chosen researcher will work in a multidisciplinary team across the integrated Addictions and Liver Units.


Applicants should be post-doctoral clinician-scientists from any relevant background with experience in addiction, neurocognition, and related organ damage. They must have at least three-years of clinical residency/experience and have been the main author on at least one publication. Applications are open to researchers of any nationality.


IDIBAPS is a leading research institute affiliated with Clinic Hospital Barcelona, Spain a publicly funded university hospital committed to excellence in healthcare, teaching and research. BITRECS offers a competitive contract in a nurturing environment, scientific supervision, mentoring, and opportunities for collaboration for professional development.


Specific information about the research line Alcohol-associated neurocognitive impairment: clinical and socioeconomic implications is attached.


Detailed information on the program, and how to apply, can be found at the following link: 



General information about the BITRECS program can be found at the following link: