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About: Anestis

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https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/cscb/tsakiridis

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Postdoctoral position in Stem Cell Biology/Cell therapy

Posted by on November 13th, 2020

We are currently seeking an independent and motivated research associate to work on a research project led by Dr. Anestis Tsakiridis (https://www.tsakiridislab.com/) and Prof. Peter Andrews at the Centre for Stem Cell Biology, University of Sheffield, UK. The successful applicant will work on the characterisation of candidate human pluripotent stem cell (hPSC)-derived enteric nervous system[…]

BBSRC White Rose PhD studentship in stem cell biology

Posted by on November 15th, 2019

A BBSRC-funded PhD studentship is available for a joint project between the labs of Anestis Tsakiridis (https://www.tsakiridislab.com/) and Dan Bose (http://www.bose-lab.com/) at the University of Sheffield. Project description: Non-coding DNA regulatory elements or enhancers control tissue and region-specific expression of critical developmental regulators thus playing a crucial role in the correct formation of the embryonic[…]

Research technician post in stem cell/cancer biology (University of Sheffield, UK)

Posted by on July 10th, 2019

We are looking to appoint a Research Technician who will provide support to a one-year Neuroblastoma UK-funded project entitled “Establishment of an in vitro model of neuroblastoma initiation using pluripotent stem cell differentiation”. The project aims to dissect the cellular and molecular basis of neuroblastoma initiation using human pluripotent stem cell (hPSCs) differentiation and hPSC[…]

Postdoctoral researcher position in developmental/stem cell biology-University of Sheffield

Posted by on October 6th, 2016

We are currently seeking an independent and motivated scientist to join the research group led by Dr Anestis Tsakiridis (https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/cscb/tsakiridis). His work focuses on dissecting the molecular basis of cell fate decisions in the developing embryo and aims to exploit this knowledge for disease-modelling and regenerative medicine applications. The group is particularly interested in the biology of neuromesodermal progenitors[…]