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Posts by Andrea Münsterberg

Postdoc in Bioinformatics

Posted by , on 12 August 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 ...

Lectureships in Biological Sciences, UEA, Norwich

Posted by , on 23 March 2016

New Lectureships are available in the School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich. We are looking for dynamic individuals who complement and extend the activities in BIO in ...

DTP studentships on the Norwich Research Park

Posted by , on 13 October 2015

PhD opportunities available here: Use the search functions for particular topics or partner institutions, which include the JIC, TGAC, IFR, TSL and the UEA.  

Postdoctoral Researcher position with Andrea Münsterberg, UEA Norwich

Posted by , on 13 October 2015

Using chick embryos we recently identified BMP/Smad and Wnt/GSK3b signals as extrinsic cues that control the migration of prospective cardiac cells. We showed that BMP and Wnt pathways converge on a ...


Posted by , on 23 September 2012

SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE ● Ref: RA876 £30,122 per annum                                                                 A postdoctoral position to investigate the role of microRNAs in skeletal muscle development and differentiation is available ...

Recent jobs by Andrea Münsterberg

Senior Research Associate

Posted by , on 29 September 2022

Functional analysis of AGMO: an unexpected modulator of Wnt signalling and embryogenesis. We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated researcher to investigate the role of post-translational lipid modifications in canonical Wnt signalling in a BBSRC funded study. The project will focus on understanding the regulation and significance of these lipid modifications, especially in developmental […]