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Post-doctoral position @otago New Zealand

Posted by on December 22nd, 2016

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic full-time Postdoctoral Fellow with a passion for developmental and molecular biology. Our research aims to understand adolescence idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) pathogenesis at the molecular and cellular level in order to transform the way AIS treatment is managed clinically. We have 2 key goals for this project: 1.[…]

Developmental Biology, Neuroscience and Reproduction PhD Projects in New Zealand.

Posted by on April 28th, 2016

Applications are invited for PhD projects in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Otago, New Zealand. Competitive PhD scholarship funding is available. See the following link for project description and the application process. Applications due by the 17th of MAY 2016 (No Ratings Yet)Loading…

PhD opportunities @Otago, New Zealand.

Posted by on July 8th, 2014

Applications are invited for PhD projects in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Otago, New Zealand, including  developmental biology based projects and neuroscience. Competitive PhD scholarship funding is available. See the following link for project description and application process. Applications due by the 18th of July.       (No Ratings Yet)Loading…

Queenstown NZ Developmental Biology meeting 2014

Posted by on June 20th, 2014

Registration is now open for the Queenstown Molecular Biology meeting, Queenstown, New Zealand including the Developmental Biology and Reproduction satellite meeting. August 28-29th 2014, Rydges Hotel, Queenstown, New Zealand Sessions include: Reproduction, Infertility, Fate determination, Organ development, Developmental pathways in human disease and cancer, Neurodevelopment, Stem cells, Germ cells and Pluripotency. Student speaker and poster[…]

Getting on the short list: academic job applications

Posted by on June 18th, 2014

After serving on some academic selection committees recently, I’m worried about the future of some of our young scientists. Especially concerning are the number of applications where the candidate, pursuing a academic or research career, does not seem to have a understanding of what is required to put together a stand-out application for a position,[…]

Lecturer position in Developmental Biology/Reproduction in New Zealand

Posted by on April 23rd, 2014

Applications are now invited for a lecturer in the Department of Anatomy, University of Otago, New Zealand. Job details:     Department of Anatomy:   I’m happy to answer any questions you have about working at Otago. Dr Megan Wilson @DrMegsW Developmental Biology laboratory, Department of Anatomy. (No Ratings Yet)Loading…

The NSW state meeting of the ANZSCDB, Sydney Australia

Posted by on April 8th, 2014

The Australia and New Zealand Society for cell and developmental biology (ANZSCDB) supports several local state meetings held each year for members of the society to come together to present their work.  The emphasis is on giving early career researchers a chance to present their research, to meet with group heads and for everyone to[…]

Lecturership positions at Monash University, Australia

Posted by on March 26th, 2014

Below are links to  two positions available at Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, within the School of Biomedical Sciences, Monash University, Clayton campus, Australia   Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Anatomy – Education Focussed), 640, 636&lBrandID=&stp=AW&sLanguage=en   Lecturer / Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor – Developmental Biology, 640, 636&lBrandID=&stp=AW&sLanguage=en   — Dr Megan Wilson, ANZSCDB[…]

Introducing blogging to future scientists

Posted by on March 23rd, 2014

Science communication using social media is becoming a very popular way of making science more accessible to the public, as well as a way to get your research noticed.  This is true in developmental biology as it is in other fields. Can we use social media for “knowledge translation”, to make the latest in developmental[…]

Post-doc opportunity in Melbourne, Australia. Investigating craniofacial development & neural tube closure

Posted by on January 31st, 2014

An exciting opportunity exists for a highly motivated individual to join the Epidermal Development Laboratory in the Department of Medicine. The group has an interest in understanding the mechanisms underpinning epidermal development and homeostasis. As the Research Officer or Senior Research Officer, you will investigate the genetic pathways which regulate vertebrate craniofacial development, with a[…]