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About: dbsste

Biography:
Developmental biologist trying to understand how embryos are reliably patterned and how organs develop
Website:
http://labs.mbi.nus.edu.sg/mod/index.html

Posts by dbsste:

Singapore Fish Meeting 2018

Posted by on October 11th, 2018

On 2nd October 2018, the Mechanobiology Institute in Singapore hosted a meeting of Singapore-based researchers using fish in their work. We wanted to bring together the local community to build support and promote future research collaborations within Singapore. This meeting follows successful international conferences last year in Singapore, where the importance of fish in both[…]

Dating with cells – finding the right match

Posted by on August 23rd, 2018

It’s an age-old mystery of the heart: do opposites attract, or will like do better with like? We can now answer this pressing question, at least for Drosophila cardioblasts: cells prefer to ‘swipe right’ on a shared transcriptional profile, but the resulting relationships are stronger if there are some unattractive alternatives around to remind them[…]

Post-doctoral position in the Saunders laboratory at the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore

Posted by on November 20th, 2017

A postdoctoral research position is available starting in 2018 with Asst. Prof. Timothy Saunders’ group at the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore. The Saunders lab has been active since 2013 and studies the fundamental processes shaping organs and tissues during development. One major area of study in the lab is spatial position – how do developing embryos[…]

Post-doc position studying myogenesis in the Zebrafish embryo

Posted by on September 20th, 2017

A postdoctoral research position is available starting in the first half of 2018 for a biologist to work with Asst. Prof. Timothy Saunders’ group at the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore (http://labs.mbi.nus.edu.sg/mod/). The Saunders lab studies the fundamental processes shaping organs and tissues during development. One major focus in the lab is myogenesis in the developing Zebrafish[…]