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Epigenetics and Nuclear Signalling position at Abcam – come join us!

Posted by on January 11th, 2013

Abcam is a leading web based business supplying research tools to life scientists worldwide. Our head office is in Cambridge (UK), we also have offices in Bristol (UK), Cambridge, Eugene and San Francisco, (USA), Tokyo (Japan), Hong Kong and Hangzhou (China). A position has become available to develop the product portfolio in the Epigenetics and[…]

Postdoc Position

Posted by on January 10th, 2013

A Postdoctoral Fellow position is available in my laboratory. The overall goal of our laboratory is to understand the cellular and molecular basis of vertebrate organogenesis. Our primary focus is on the elucidation of the mechanisms that govern fate decision and cellular plasticity within the endoderm, for example between pancreas and liver. Toward this aim[…]

Postdoc position

Posted by on January 4th, 2013

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Sophie Astrof to study roles of cell-extracellular matrix interactions in cardiovascular development and disease using mouse model system. The research will involve investigation of the role of extracellular matrix in orchestrating signaling/communication between various progenitor cell populations during morphogenesis of the aortic arch arteries.  In[…]

Community Manager for the Node

Posted by on December 13th, 2012

The Company of Biologists and its journal Development are seeking to appoint a new Community Manager to run its successful community website the Node and the journal’s social media activities. Launched in 2010, the Node is the place for the developmental biology community to share news, discuss issues relevant to the field and read about[…]

Post-Doctoral Research Associate position at University College London

Posted by on November 23rd, 2012

Post-Doctoral Research Associate position at University College London Cancer Institute The group is based at the Cancer Institute at UCL and works on modelling inherited and acquired haematopoietic diseases using the zebrafish. The goal is to generate relevant models to study the genetics of these disorders and perform chemical screens to identify novel therapeutic targets[…]

Postdoctoral Positions

Posted by on November 21st, 2012

POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS are available to study different aspects of mammalian organogenesis, with a particular focus on the cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling the development of the visual system and the lymphatic vasculature using available mouse models. Highly motivated individuals who recently obtained a PhD or MD degree and have a strong background in molecular, cancer[…]

Post-doctoral position available: Neural crest development in Xenopus

Posted by on November 20th, 2012

SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA   POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE POSITION AVAILABLE   Neural Crest Development in Xenopus   £30,122 to £35,938 per annum   A Post Doctoral Research Associate position to investigate the Regulation of Neural Crest development by transcriptional pausing is available in the lab of Dr. Grant Wheeler, School[…]

PhD position available: The role of microRNAs in neural crest development

Posted by on November 20th, 2012

SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA   PhD POSITION AVAILABLE   The role of microRNAs in neural crest development   MicroRNAs (miR) are short, non-coding RNAs around 22 nucleotides long. They block gene expression either by translational repression or by causing the degradation of the mRNAs they bind to. They are involved in[…]

Post-doctoral position in muscle-type specific genomic approaches

Posted by on November 10th, 2012

Identifying gene expression signatures that underlay diversification of muscle cells using cell type specific genomic approaches in Drosophila   Muscle network in Drosophila embryos represents an attractive system for studying cell diversification. Each muscle displays a specific size, location, attachment points and innervation. Several studies including those of our group (Junion et al., 2007, Bataillé[…]

Scientific Editor Disease Models and Mechanisms

Posted by on November 6th, 2012

Scientific Editor Disease Models & Mechanisms Based in Cambridge, UK Joining a young journal in an expanding and important area of research, this is an exciting opportunity for a promising scientific editor to make a significant contribution to a growing open access journal serving a major new biomedical community. The journal is entering the next[…]