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About: Kim Dale

I began my research career in the lab of Marysia Placzek, investigating the tissues and signals involved in the induction and patterning of the forebrain ventral neuroectoderm of chick. I next took up a postdoctoral position in the lab of Olivier Pourquié, where I began to investigate the underlying molecular mechanisms of the segmentation clock, especially in relation to the Notch pathway. In January 2005, I was awarded an MRC New Investigator award and a Royal Society University Research fellowship to establish my own group at the College of Life Sciences in Dundee University. The research focus of my lab is to investigate the molecular mechanisms at play which establish the vertebrate embryonic body plan.

Posts by Kim Dale:

Post doc representative on the BSDB committee

Posted by on November 26th, 2014

The BSDB committee are inviting applications and nominations for a post doctoral representative to join the committee. We already have a Graduate Student representative and feel that the post doctoral community should also be represented. This position is available immediately and would be for a two year  term and we would like someone in place[…]

PhD studentship investigating Somitogenesis on a Chip

Posted by on March 24th, 2014

Organisation: College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee   Supervisors: Dr Kim Dale and Dr Philip Murray   Studentship starting: 1st October 2014   BBSRC EASTBIO Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) Studentship The BBSRC East of Scotland Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership provides training for postgraduates with diverse background (including biosciences, physical sciences, mathematics) to address biological[…]