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Research Fellow position; inter-organ communication (Rosello-Diez lab, Australia)

Posted by on August 15th, 2019

A Research Fellow position is available at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute to study how body proportions are regulated during normal development and after perturbation of  growth of the long bones. The focus of research is on the communication mechanisms that operate between organs to maintain body proportions during development, especially those involving the circulatory[…]

Clones in bones – Looking for international PhD applicant at Monash University

Posted by on February 13th, 2019

International PhD student opportunity – Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute. Monash University Studying the clonal dynamics of cartilage stem cells during normal and perturbed bone growth   Looking for an international PhD applicant to be enrolled in Monash University doctoral program under the supervision of Dr Alberto Rosello-Diez (http://www.rosellodiezlab.com and https://www.armi.org.au/research-leadership/rosello-diez-group). Long bones grow by forming[…]

Going out on a limb to study organ growth

Posted by on August 2nd, 2018

Alexandra Joyner and Alberto Roselló-Díez tell us the story behind their recent paper in PLoS Biology1.   Today we have tried a new experiment (we cannot help it). Instead of elaborating too much on the scientific aspect of our recent paper about the control of organ growth in mammals1, we decided to tell the personal[…]