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Lab Technician in Muscle Development and Regeneration

Posted by on June 19th, 2019

We are looking for a lab technician to assist in research on muscle stem cells, development, regeneration, disease, and evolution. More details about our research can be found at http://www.kardonlab.org/. Technician will assist in management of a mouse colony and conduct supervised research (leading to publications). Technician must be reliable, well organized, detail-oriented, excited about[…]

Research Assistant/Associate – Bioinformatics (Smith Lab)

Posted by on June 13th, 2019

Department/Location: Wellcome Trust – Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Salary: £26,243 – £30,395 or £30,395 – £39,609 Reference: PS19502 Closing date: 10 July 2019 The Wellcome Trust – Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is an international centre of excellence for stem cell research and regenerative medicine. Scientists in the Institute collaborate[…]

Listen to DanStem podcast hosting James Briscoe

Posted by on June 12th, 2019

James Briscoe is a Group leader at the Francis Crick Institute in London, where he and his lab work on the development of the spinal chord using both molecular biology and mathematical modeling approaches. In this Podcast we talk about his science as well as the future directions he would like to take as the[…]

PhD position available in annelid Evo-Devo in the Meyer Lab

Posted by on June 5th, 2019

A PhD position is available in the laboratory of Néva P. Meyer at Clark University in Worcester, MA USA (https://wordpress.clarku.edu/nmeyer/) beginning as early as August 2019 as follows: Spiralians are a great group of animals to study evolution of body plans in part because many spiralian taxa develop via a stereotypic and likely ancestral cleavage[…]

‘Let your science guide you’ – DanStem podcast with Professor Anne Ferguson-Smith

Posted by on May 28th, 2019

‘Let your science guide you’ – An inspiring interview with Professor Anne Ferguson-Smith, a mammalian developmental geneticist. Professor Ferguson-Smith is the Head of the Department of Genetics at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Darwin College, Cambridge. Professor Ferguson-Smith is an authority on genomic imprinting and the epigenetic control of genome function in health and disease, and is recognised for her work on parental-origin effects and epigenetic[…]

Neuroscience post-doctoral position in Boston to study mouse peripheral nervous system in vivo.

Posted by on May 24th, 2019

The Clark  and Monaghan Laboratory at Northeastern University are seeking a postdoc for an NIH-funded project to image acetylcholine in the mouse peripheral nervous system. This project is an exciting opportunity to use novel fluorescent imaging to image neural communication in vivo to understand nerve-organ interactions. Experience in mouse neurobiology and in vivo imaging is desirable. Interested[…]

HFSP postdoctoral position in quantitative high-content imaging of [synthetic] embryos

Posted by on May 7th, 2019

Our laboratory of synthetic development at IMBA (Vienna) is looking for a postdoctoral colleague to decode the self-organising behaviours of early embryos. This position is part of a HFSP with Shantanu Singh (Broad Institute) and Kyogo Kawaguchi (Riken Institute), and requires regular and frequent exchanges with these labs.   Requirements. We are looking for a[…]

PhD position: Evolutionary origin of synaptic proteins at the Sars Centre in Bergen, Norway

Posted by on April 30th, 2019

PhD position There is a vacancy for a 4-year PhD student position at the Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology in the research group of Dr. Pawel Burkhardt (www.sars.no). The position is funded by Sars Centre core funding. The Sars Centre belongs to the University of Bergen and is partner of the European Molecular[…]

UCSF post-doc in mouse developmental biology

Posted by on April 16th, 2019

A postdoctoral position is available in the Bush lab bush.ucsf.edu at the University of California, San Francisco to study the cellular basis of morphogenesis using live imaging, mouse genetic, and iPSC and ESC approaches. Our dynamic team focuses on understanding basic mechanisms of signaling control of morphogenesis particularly as related to human structural birth defects.[…]

Beddington medal 2019 goes to David Munro

Posted by on April 7th, 2019

The Beddington Medal is the BSDB’s major commendation to promising young biologists, awarded for the best PhD thesis in Developmental Biology defended in the year previous to the award. Rosa Beddington was one of the greatest talents and inspirational leaders in the field of developmental biology. Rosa made an enormous contribution to the field in[…]