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Clinical Research Data Manager (M/F) Positions to be filled : Soon as possible Type of job : Permanent contract Type of activity : Scientific teams Ad type : ICM



The Paris Brain Institute engages increasingly in large multi-cohort, multi-central transversal clinical research studies that aim to allow integrated data exploration and prediction models across diverse sets of retrospective and prospective clinical research databases, integrating multimodal data from neuroimaging, biological samples, and omics. These studies require long-term solutions that ensure interoperability across the diversity of research data. The Data Analysis Core facility (DAC) supports researchers throughout this process by providing robust and reproducible analysis and data management solutions. If you are interested in data, biology and neuroscience and want to contribute to discoveries in a stimulating research environment, the DAC could be the place for you.



We are currently looking for data managers to help us manage a diversity of clinical data collected and analyzed at the institute, as part of multimodal studies that integrate neuroimaging, microscopy, electrophysiology, behavior data and biological samples. You will be responsible for designing electronic data capture within REDCap in close collaboration with research teams, data acquisition platforms, project managers and engineers, under the supervision and – supported by – our clinical research data manager. You will be part of ambitious programs aimed at discovering new insights and treatments for neurological diseases and neurodegenerative disorders, by reinforcing Good Clinical Practices in data science within a transversal team that includes IT, Legal office, Data Protection Officer, support for human studies (RIPH), and risk assurance. Your tasks will include:

  • Using REDCap to design eCRFs.
  • Design and perform quality control of large cohort clinical research databases using built-in solutions and where needed develop your own.
  • Administrate and perform maintenance on REDCap databases.
  • Implement solutions to ensure consistency of REDCap databases with multi-modal data, including neuroimaging and multi(omics).
  • Implement harmonization and interoperability across (retrospective) clinical research databases.
  • Optimize user-interfaces in REDCap.
  • Document processes, including guidelines for clinical research data management.






  • Hands-on experience in the use and configuration of REDCap or other eCRF systems (highly desired)
  • Experience in Good Clinical Practices (GCP), i.e. Bonnes Pratiques Cliniques (BPC)
  • Programming experience in markup languages desired, especially in HTML
  • Professional experience in a research environment (academic or industry)
  • Understanding digital tools for data management and (clinical) research databases (e.g., REDCap, CDISC)
  • Understanding of clinical research ontologies (e.g. BioPortal, FHIR)
  • English and/or French language skills




  • Master’s degree or higher in data management, bioinformatics, biotechnology, or related field


Soft skills

  • Autonomy and initiative, with a hands-on attitude
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills
  • Flexible and solution-oriented with the ability to communicate with researchers and staff from different backgrounds and with different needs, timetables, and understanding.



  • Remuneration: according to the level of study and experience



Please send your CV and letter of motivation (in English), indicating name and contact details of two references (incomplete dossiers will not be considered) to recrutement@icm-institute.org and stephen.whitmarsh@icm-institute.org with the subject: “Clinical Research Data Manager M/F”.

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Postdoctoral Researcher in cognitive neurosciences (M/F) Positions to be filled : As soon as possible Type of job : Fixed term contract Type of activity : Scientific teams Ad type : ICM

Project summary.

Our aim is to investigate the spatiotemporal dynamics of word and number perception in both visual and auditory modalities. We will focus on brain specialization and the interplay between “bottomup” visual input and “top-down” influences from distant brain areas. This project utilizes a combination of magnetoencephalography (MEG) and high-resolution 7T MRI. The postdoctoral researcher will be primarily in charge of the whole MEG project, and the integration of MEG with MRI data.


Work environment.

This project is led by Professor Laurent Cohen at the ICM (Paris), in collaboration with Professor Stanislas Dehaene at the Neurospin imaging center (Saclay). The postdoctoral researcher will receive training in a wide range of cognitive neuroscience approaches, including advanced imaging techniques with both MEG and high-field 7T MRI. The researcher will interact with experienced researchers, engineers, and medical doctors in the exceptional scientific and biomedical environment of the Paris Brain Institute.



Candidates should have completed, or be close to completing, a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience or a related discipline. They must have comprehensive experience in the design and implementation of cognitive experiments and proficiency in MEG methods. Excellent programming skills and mastery of relevant statistical techniques are essential.


Details and instructions.

The position is funded by a “Big Brain Theory” grant from the Paris Brain Institute and is available for a duration of two years. For informal inquiries, please contact Laurent Cohen at laurentcohen2@gmail.com
To apply, please send a CV, a statement of research interests, and the names of two referees to laurentcohen2@gmail.com

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Clinical Trial Assistant (M/F) Positions to be filled : Dès que possible Type of job : Fixed term contract Type of activity : Scientific teams Ad type : ICM



The Paris Brain Institute (Institut du Cerveau) is recruiting a Clinical trial Assistant for its industrial clinical research unit « Neurotrials » and its academic clinical research support unit « Cellule Support RIPH ».
Within the Institute, the Neurotrials unit is a CRO-type early-stage clinical research unit for the design, management and conduct of phase Ib/IIa clinical trials, with industrial sponsorship, in drug development or in the field of medical devices. In addition to its Neurotrials unit, the Institute has also created a unit dedicated to supporting research involving human subjects (RIPH) for institutional (ICM) sponsorship as part of its contribution to clinical research.



• General office organization, including reception coverage, ordering supplies, shipping, managing inventory, etc.;
• Perform administrative duties in conformity with internal policies and procedures;
• Provide day-to-day project support activities – maintenance of project-related files, such as maintenance of TMF, document naming and versioning, creation of hyperlinks;
• Assist the team with the preparation, formatting, handling, distribution, and filing of clinical documentation and reports according to the scope of work and standard operating procedures
• Coordinate internal and with sponsor/partner meetings, attend relevant clinical study meetings as deemed appropriate and provide meeting minutes.
• Set up and organize events, schedule appointments, make travel arrangements for staff/ visitors;
• Maintain databases/spreadsheets as necessary to facilitate tracking/documentation of the Neurotrials unit activities;
• Arrange the signing process of documents in conjunction with relevant departments within the Institute and/or partners or clients;
• Coordination of PR communication activities;
• Perform other administrative tasks as needed.



• A high school diploma (bachelor’s degree preferred); Fluent (Proficiency) both in French and English;
• At least 1 year of assistant experience (CTA experience preferred);
• Excellent organizational and prioritization skills;
• Time management and multitasks abilities;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Package;
• Attention to detail and excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Excellent social and teamwork skills


Apply to: recrutement@icm-institute.org indicating « Clinical Trial Assistant »

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