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Esteban Hoijman

Posts by Esteban Hoijman

How exploring single cell dynamics in the early embryo revealed a protective system based on mechanical cell cooperation

Posted by , on 15 July 2021

Esteban Hoijman and Verena Ruprecht describe how they found a phagocytic role for epithelial cells in early embryos

Recent jobs by Esteban Hoijman

Postdoctoral position in Quantitative Live Imaging of Epithelial Phagocytosis – Institute of Molecular Biology of Barcelona

Posted by , on 19 March 2024

We are recruiting a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher with passion for science, interested in filming phagocytosis in their natural environment. We will use embryos and organoids to explore the dynamics of tissue development and regeneration across biological scales. Recent publication: Nature 2021, www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03200-3. Group page: www.embryobioimaging.com Ideally, you have: – A PhD in Biology, Biomedicine, […]

PhD student position in “Quantitalive live imaging of embryonic development”

Posted by , on 21 September 2021

In our lab we use quantitative imaging to study single cell dynamics inside live zebrafish and mouse embryos. We are interested in regeneration, immunity and mechanobiology during early embryogenesis. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with passion for science and strong academic record interested in joining our lab at University of Barcelona website: embryobioimaging.com […]

postdoctoral positions in “Quantitative live imaging of embryonic development” – University of Barcelona

Posted by , on 15 July 2021

Call for postdoctoral positions in “Quantitative live imaging of embryonic development” – University of Barcelona.  In our lab we use quantitative imaging to study single cell dynamics inside live zebrafish and mouse embryos. We are interested in regeneration, immunity and mechanobiology during early embryogenesis. More info: embryobioimaging.com recent publication: Hoijman et al, Nature 2021, nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03200-3 […]