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Lecturer in Biology – Bangor University

Posted by on August 23rd, 2016

We invite applications to this permanent full time appointment in the School of Biological Sciences. The successful candidate will be expected to make a significant contribution to biological research in the School and College, and to develop a research programme in their specialist area that will attract external funding and international recognition. They will also[…]

HEAD OF GENE DELIVERY

Posted by on August 18th, 2016

  Head of Gene Delivery (MLC 279) Mary Lyon Centre Medical Research Council Harwell £37,024 – £43,520 per annum   About Us We are a major international research centre at the forefront of studies in mouse genetics and functional genomics. We are investigating a wide variety of disease models in mice, in order to enhance[…]

Postdoc position – Understanding gene network heterogeneity in development

Posted by on August 17th, 2016

We are seeking an enthusiastic and outstanding postdoctoral researcher to join a multidisciplinary team led by Prof. Chris Thompson at the University of Manchester. You will use single cell RNA sequencing to identify groups of heterogeneously expressed genes within normal populations of cells, and study the role of these genes in cell fate choice. Cell[…]

Post-doc position (mouse embryonic morphogenesis)

Posted by on August 15th, 2016

A postdoctoral researcher position is available in the Plageman lab in the College of Optometry at the Ohio State University to elucidate mechanisms of vertebrate epithelial morphogenesis.   The project will utilize the invaginating lens placode of the mouse as a model in combination with live-fluorescent microscopy.  Candidates should have a Ph.D., a strong publication record[…]

Postdoc in Bioinformatics

Posted by on August 12th, 2016

A postdoctoral position is available for a bioinformatician to investigate the mechanisms by which microRNAs, transcription factors and developmental signals control skeletal and cardiac muscle differentiation. The post is based in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, in the group headed by Professor Andrea Münsterberg. Their research aims to[…]

Postdoctoral position in craniofacial development and signaling, Mt Sinai (New York City)

Posted by on August 3rd, 2016

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Philippe Soriano to study cell signaling mechanisms underlying craniofacial development regulated by FGFs and PDGFs in the mouse embryo. Creative, interactive but independent, and highly motivated applicants are in particular invited to apply. Qualifications include a strong background in developmental biology, cell signaling, expertise in molecular/cell biology,[…]

Lab Manager Position (50% employment)

Posted by on August 3rd, 2016

The Laboratory of Regulatory Evolution (Tschopp group) at the Zoological Institute, University of Basel, Switzerland, is hiring for a lab manager position. We are interested in how phenotypic diversity is generated during vertebrate embryogenesis. As a model system, we are studying the development of the vertebrate skeleton with its associated neuromuscular system. We address these[…]

Multiple PhD Positions in Biology, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics

Posted by on August 2nd, 2016

The Fribourg Graduate School of Life Sciences (FGLS) is an interdisciplinary and international graduate school, which offers a coordinated doctoral programme in life sciences at the University of Fribourg. It addresses doctoral fellows in the fields of biology, biochemistry, molecular medicine, chemistry, physics, bioinformatics and mathematics who have a life science focus. State-of-the-art theoretical and[…]

Two PhD positions in Regulatory Evolution, Tschopp group, University of Basel, Switzerland

Posted by on August 1st, 2016

The Laboratory of Regulatory Evolution (Tschopp group) at the Zoological Institute, University of Basel, is hiring for two fully funded PhD positions. Our research interests focus on two main questions: 1. How is phenotypic diversity generated during vertebrate embryogenesis? And 2. how can developmental processes be modified to drive morphological evolution? We are particularly interested[…]

Molecular mechanisms of neurogenesis in the developing forebrain and peripheral nervous system

Posted by on July 27th, 2016

The laboratory of Developmental Genetics is looking for a PhD student to study the molecular mechanisms of neurogenesis in the developing mouse nervous system. The student will have to apply for a FNRS FRIA fellowship (http://www.fnrs.be/index.php/news-fnrs/517-fria-fresh-2016). The deadline for the application is the 30th August 2016. The unit is located in the Biopark Charleroi Brussels[…]