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Nandan Nerurkar

Posts by Nandan Nerurkar

Postdoc opportunity in Morphogenesis & Developmental Mechanobiology

Posted by , on 17 November 2020

The Nerurkar Lab is looking for Postdoctoral Researchers with an interest in the interplay between molecular and mechanical aspects of vertebrate morphogenesis. Using the chick embryo, we combine live in ...

Postdoctoral position on the mechanobiology of vertebrate morphogenesis

Posted by , on 4 June 2018

The Nerurkar Lab is looking for Postdoctoral Researchers with an interest in the interplay between molecular and mechanical aspects of vertebrate morphogenesis. Using the chick embryo, we combine live in ...

Recent jobs by Nandan Nerurkar

Postdoc opening: vertebrate morphogenesis and mechanobiology at Columbia University in New York City

Posted by , on 4 December 2022

The Nerurkar Lab at Columbia University is looking for Postdoctoral Researchers with an interest in the interplay between molecular and mechanical aspects of vertebrate morphogenesis. Using the chick embryo, we combine live in vivo imaging, embryology and molecular genetics with engineering and physics approaches to study how developmental signals modulate physical forces that shape the […]

Postdoc in mechanobiology of zebrafish cardiac morphogenesis at Columbia University

Posted by , on 5 July 2022

The labs of Nandan Nerurkar PhD (Biomedical Engineering) and Kimara Targoff MD (Pediatrics) have an opening for a joint postdoctoral position studying the role of soft tissue mechanics in cardiovascular development using the developing zebrafish embryo. The broader goals of the project are to understand how molecular and genetic controls of cell behaviors and extracellular […]

Postdoc position in Nerurkar Lab studying vertebrate morphogenesis and mechanobiology (Columbia University, New York City)

Posted by , on 13 April 2022

The Nerurkar Lab at Columbia University is looking for Postdoctoral Researchers with an interest in the interplay between molecular and mechanical aspects of vertebrate morphogenesis. Using the chick embryo, we combine live in vivo imaging, embryology and molecular genetics with engineering and physics approaches to study how developmental signals modulate physical forces that shape the […]