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Gene Regulatory Networks for Development

Posted by on June 19th, 2018

Applications are now open for this year’s Gene Regulatory Networks for Development which will be at The Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, USA from October 14- 27.  The application deadline is July 20.  The course is for graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty members and it focuses on using experimental data and computational modeling to analyze gene regulatory[…]

Early Career Group Leaders – Francis Crick Institute London

Posted by on October 13th, 2016

The Francis Crick Institute is a new discovery biomedical research institute in central London. We are core-funded by Cancer Research UK, the UK Medical Research Council, and the Wellcome Trust and partnered by Imperial College, King’s College and University College London. We are recruiting enthusiastic and motivated early career researchers who wish to set up their first independent[…]

Laboratory Research Scientist (Research Assistant)

Posted by on September 19th, 2016

We are offering a Research Assistant position funded by a Wellcome Investigator Award. The successful candidate for this position will perform experiments and provide technical support in the group of James Briscoe. The group studies the molecular and cellular mechanisms responsible for the embryonic development of the vertebrate nervous system. For more information about the[…]

How far is India from Europe?

Posted by on February 12th, 2016

The launch of a new partnership between EMBO and India made me think about what international connections mean to European research. One of the pleasures of being a research scientist is the opportunity to travel and explore different parts of the world. I’ve visited many countries and I have friends living and working all over,[…]

PhD Studentship at MRC-NIMR, UK in Vertebrate Developmental Biology

Posted by on March 2nd, 2014

DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNING OF THE VERTEBRATE NERVOUS SYSTEM NIMR project supervisor: James Briscoe (Developmental Biology) The complex tissues and organs of every multicellular organism develop in a precise and reproducible manner from initially indistinguishable cells. A fundamental question is how such equipotent cells acquire the appropriate identity for their location. One example of this is the[…]

EMBO Workshop: Morphogen Gradients

Posted by on March 4th, 2013

We are pleased to announce that an EMBO Workshop on Morphogen Gradients will be held in Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, UK from 26 – 29th June 2013. Registration is now open: http://events.embo.org/13-morphogen/ The goal of this workshop is to bring together biologists, physicists and imaging specialists to discuss how morphogen gradients are generated and interpreted.[…]

Research Technician – Cell and Developmental Biology – MRC-NIMR

Posted by on September 12th, 2012

Applications are invited for a Research Technician position in the research group of James Briscoe at the MRC National Institute for Medical Research, London. The lab studies the embryonic development of the vertebrate central nervous system. We combine cutting edge transgenic and genomic approaches with the latest imaging and cell biology techniques to investigate how[…]

Physics of Living Matter Symposium 7 | 13-14th September 2012

Posted by on June 6th, 2012

The Physics of Living Matter symposium is coming to London this year . This event, first popularised in Cambridge, is a forum for interdisciplinary research in cell and developmental biology. For all the details and to register go to: Physics of Living Matter 7 This year’s themes include: Dynamic cell organisation Emergent properties of cellular assemblies[…]

Group Leader position available at MRC-NIMR London

Posted by on September 4th, 2011

Applications are invited for a Principal Investigator position to lead a new research group in Cell and Developmental Biology. We are particularly interested in candidates using quantitative approaches to study any aspect of the cellular and molecular dynamics of developing tissues. Candidates should have an outstanding track record and an ability to lead a team[…]

BSCB-BSDB Meeting 2011 – Early Bird Deadline Approaching

Posted by on February 24th, 2011

Don’t miss the early bird registration deadline for this year’s BSCB-BSDB meeting. To receive the discounted price make sure you’re registered by Friday 4th March. The conference is the annual main meeting of the British Societies for Cell and Developmental Biology. This year it will be at Kent University in Canterbury from 27-30 April 2011.[…]