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Propositions de Stages et Theses / Internships & PhD

In vitro ultrasound stimulation of human bone cells

Master project internship (4 to 6 months from January 2012) Contact : Cécile Baron Research Associate Jean-Louis Milan Assistant Professor Patrick Chabrand Professor Key Words : Ultrasound, cell mechanotransduction, computational mechanics. Expected knownledge of interns : No prerequisite knowledge in cell biology will be assumed but the intern has to possess theoretical and technical knowledge in engineering sciences. Context of the study : Bone has a remarkable ability to adjust its mass (...)

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Computation of intracellular forces during cell adhesion

Master project internship (4 to 6 months from January 2012) Contact : Jean-Louis Milan Assistant Professor Patrick Chabrand Professor Key Words Cell biomechanics, mechanotransduction, computational mechanics. Expected knownledge of interns No prerequisite knowledge in cell biology will be assumed but the intern has to possess theoretical and technical knowledge in computational mechanics and programming language (python, fortran). Context of the study : Research in tissue engineering and (...)

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Development of a mechanobiological model of living cell to analyze mechanotransduction

PhD project Contact : Jean-Louis Milan Assistant Professor Patrick Chabrand Professor Key Words : Cell biomechanics, mechanotransduction, computational mechanics. Expected knownledge of PhD student : No prerequisite knowledge in cell biology will be assumed but the PhD student has to possess theoretical and technical knowledge in computational mechanics and programming language (python, fortran). Context of the study : Numerous scientific studies revealed the dynamic influence of mechanical (...)

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Évaluation multimodale de la qualité osseuse de l’os en croissance. Mise en place d’un protocole expérimental sur l’os animal.

Stage Master 2 (à partir de janvier-mars 2012) Contact : Martine Pithioux (CR) Cécile Baron (CR) Mots-clés : os en croissance, caractérisation mécanique, ultrasons. Lieux du stage : Institut Des Sciences du Mouvement, UMR 6233, Université de la Méditerranée, 163, avenue de Luminy, Case 918, 13288 Marseille cedex 9 Laboratoire de Mécanique et d’Acoustique, UPR 7051, CNRS, 31 chemin Joseph-Aiguier, 13402 Marseille, Cedex 9 Contexte : L’os est un tissu biologique en croissance. Il évolue tout au long (...)

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