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Cell adhesion, cytoskeletal regulation, or Wnt signaling

Posted by on November 21st, 2017

Interested in exploring cell adhesion, cytoskeletal regulation, or Wnt signaling & their roles in development and oncogenesis, as a graduate student or postdoc? The Peifer lab at UNC-Chapel Hill is a great place to explore these. You can learn more about our work at: http://peiferlab.web.unc.edu and a graphic summary is at:  http://peiferlab.web.unc.edu/files/2017/11/PeiferLabPoster2017sm.pdf I’ll be at[…]

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[…]

Postdoc position (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine)

Posted by on November 17th, 2017

Lee lab has been studying on cell specification process using human pluripotent stem cells, particularly peripheral nervous system and skeletal muscle cells to study human diseases and to develop new drugs.   https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/profiles/results/directory/profile/0800027/gabsang-lee http://neuroscience.jhu.edu/research/faculty/48/lab   We are looking for highly motivated postdoc(s) who have experience on one of the following fields, including cancer biology, sensory[…]

Research Scientist, Johnson Lab, Washington University School of Medicine

Posted by on November 16th, 2017

The Johnson Lab in the Department of Developmental Biology at Washington University School of Medicine (http://devbio.wustl.edu) is seeking applications for NIH funded Research Scientist positions.  Our lab uses multiple model systems to uncover molecular mechanisms of muscle development and disease.  We are looking for highly motivated individuals to begin new projects using mouse models and[…]

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Posted by on November 16th, 2017

Glaucoma is a devastating retinal degenerative disease without effective treatments, and its causes remain elusive.  Our laboratory uses mice as a model to study glaucoma pathogenesis at the molecular level. A NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available immediately to investigate glaucoma pathogenesis in mice. In addition, our laboratory also studies the molecular mechanisms underlying adult stem[…]

Research Position, Mokalled Lab, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Posted by on November 15th, 2017

The Mokalled laboratory is seeking applicants for a Research Technician position in the Department of Developmental Biology at Washington University School of Medicine (http://devbio.wustl.edu/faculty/faculty-members/mayssa-mokalled-ph.d).  Our lab uses the zebrafish model system to study neural regeneration after spinal cord injury or disease.  We welcome ambitious applicants with enthusiasm for neuroscience, regenerative biology, and zebrafish research.  This[…]

Positions available: Regulation of cytoskeletal networks during tubular organ formation

Posted by on November 14th, 2017

We are recruiting 1-2 PhD students (to begin Fall 2018) and a postdoctoral fellow (position immediately available) to study cell shape changes and rearrangement and underlying cytoskeletal regulation during organ formation in Dr. SeYeon Chung’s newly established lab at Louisiana State University. http://www.lsu.edu/science/biosci/faculty_and_staff/seyeonchung.php   We use the genetically tractable Drosophila salivary gland as a model[…]

Postdoc to investigate the evolution and development of teeth in reptiles.

Posted by on November 10th, 2017

A position at the Postdoctoral level is available December 1, 2017 to investigate the evolution and development of teeth in reptiles.  Our lab has been studying the processes of tooth development and tooth replacement in snake and lizard embryos (see review Richman and Handrigan, Genesis, 2011; Handrigan et al., 2010, Dev Biol, vol. 348, 130-141).[…]

Postdoctoral Position to study roles of extracellular microenvironment in cardiovascular development

Posted by on November 9th, 2017

The composition of extracellular microenvironment is dynamically regulated in time and space during embryonic development, and our lab discovered that cell-type specific expression of the extracellular matrix protein fibronectin is essential for mammalian embryogenesis. Furthermore, we found that fibronectin regulates distinct morphogenetic processes in cell type-specific manner, and functions both in cell-autonomous and non cell-autonomous[…]

Scientific Copy Editor

Posted by on November 8th, 2017

Cambridge, United Kingdom   The Company of Biologists (biologists.com) is looking to recruit a Scientific Copy Editor to work across our portfolio of five life-science journals, with a particular focus on Journal of Experimental Biology. This full-time position is available for two years initially. The role entails copyediting articles to a high standard, compiling author[…]