A 2-year Research fellow position (code 1109) is available at the Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology, in the research group headed by Andreas Hejnol. The position is within the project “Comparative genomics and single-cell transcriptomics”.
There is a vacancy for a 3-year PhD position (Early Stage Researcher) for a fixed term of 3 years at the Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology affiliated with the project “Comparative Development of Animals”. The PhD position is financed by the MSC Innovative Training Network “IGNITE” (http://www.itn-ignite.eu). IGNITE is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network that will gather together this European excellence to train a new generation of scientists skilled in all aspects of invertebrate genomics.
There is a vacancy for a PhD position (Early Stage Researcher) for a fixed term of 3 years at the Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology affiliated with the project “Mesoderm Evolution”. This PhD position is subject to funding by the MSC Innovative Training Network “EvoCELL”. EvoCELL is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network aiming at studying the evolution of cell-types and tissues in a diverse array of vertebrates and invertebrates.
Our recent paper in “Nature”  deconstructs molecular arguments that have been used to homologize bilaterian nerve cords. Our work illustrates well the strength of the comparative approach and the broad sampling across the animal tree of life that we use in my research group at the Sars Centre for Marine Molecular Biology. Evo-Devo[…]
PhD Position “Comparative development of mesodermal cell types in invertebrates” available
The Sars International Centre is a partner of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and a department of Uni Research AS, affiliated with the University of Bergen. The Centre is focused on basic research in marine molecular biology, developmental biology and evolution, through genetic and comparative studies of invertebrates and vertebrates. The Comparative Developmental Biology of Animals research[…]