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Research Technician in Molecular Endocrinology of Bone Biology (Williams/Bassett lab) at Imperial College

Posted by on September 21st, 2017

Full Time Fixed Term up to Four Years We now seek to appoint a Research Technician in Molecular and Cell Biology to complement our existing expertise and fill a vacant position for the final 4 years of the “Cellular thyroid hormone availability: regulation of development and tissue repair, and pathogenesis of degenerative disease” project.  […]

Postdoctoral Opportunities at the National Institutes of Health

Posted by on September 28th, 2016

ROLE of THYROID HORMONE in MOUSE INTESTINAL DEVELOPMENT and REGENERATION. Thyroid hormone (T3) is known to be critical for postembryonic development in mammals (around birth). This laboratory has been taking a multi-faceted approach to investigate the function of T3 and T3 receptors (TRs) in vivo by using Xenopus and mouse as models. A major recent focus is on how[…]

2 technical and 1 post-doctoral posts in cell biology, molecular endocrinology and skeletal biology, Imperial College London

Posted by on May 24th, 2016

Professors Graham Williams and Duncan Bassett have 3 full-time posts (5 years each) available. One technical post in skeletal biology is funded by the Horizon 2020 grant: Resetting the THYRoid axis for prevention of AGE-related diseases and co-morbidities. One post-doc and one technician post in molecular and cellular biology are funded by the Wellcome Trust:[…]

Eight post-doctoral and technical posts in the molecular endocrinology of bone and joint disease, Imperial College London

Posted by on February 25th, 2016

Professors Graham Williams and Duncan Bassett have 6 full-time posts (5 years each) and 2 shared appointments (with Dr Jacques Behmoaras, Medical Research Council, 4 years each) to fill. You will be joining an established laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment and a strong track record in molecular endocrinology. The lab is a founder member of the[…]

A Perfect Lab Leaving List

Posted by on December 4th, 2013

Say goodbye to the lab books. They may let you keep it. But usually, sadly, it must stay. Despite being illegible to anyone but you, and never mind the amusing cartoons. The best you can do is a photocopy. If like me you favour the ‘pop-up lab book’ approach to data recording, the job may[…]

A day in the life of…a mouse lab

Posted by on October 11th, 2013

I work at the National Institute for Medical Research in London. My project is currently investigating the cues governing development of the limb, with an emphasis on cartilage patterning in vitro. I have a PhD in developmental biology and have been working with mice for over eleven years.   The mighty mouse.The mouse is a[…]