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Olivier Pourquié is the Editor-in-Chief of Development.

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Research Lab manager in the Pourquie lab focused on the development of the musculo-skeletal system in vivo and in vitro

Posted by on May 15th, 2019

Job Location: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Development of the Musculo-Skeletal system / Pourquie Lab, Boston, MA, USA   Job Summary The Research Lab Manager will assume a key role in the Pourquie lab (Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Pathology/Harvard Medical School/Genetics Departments) (15 to 18-person lab). The Lab manager works under the very general direction of[…]

Technical Research Assistant II. Pourquie lab. Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Posted by on November 23rd, 2016

Job Location: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Development of Musculo-Skeletal Axis/Pourquié Lab, Boston MA JOB SUMMARY: Working under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator and on a day-to-day basis instructed by the Lab manager and Project supervisor(s) to contribute to research activities and lab operations to reach scientific goals. In accordance with established hospital policies[…]

Postdoctoral Position in laboratory of Olivier Pourquié (IGBMC, Illkirch, France)

Posted by on June 3rd, 2013

A postdoctoral position is open in the laboratory of Pr Olivier Pourquié at the IGBMC.   Project: The project will focus on establishing differentiation protocols to produce cells of the muscle lineage from mouse and human pluripotent stem cells (ES and iPS). Talented and motivated scientists with a strong background in mouse and human pluripotent[…]

Reprogramming development

Posted by on December 4th, 2012

This editorial by Development Editor-in-Chief Olivier Pourquié appears in the current issue of Development. It seems most appropriate to start this editorial by congratulating the 2012 winners of the Nobel prize, John Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka, for their work on stem cells and reprogramming. We at Development are particularly proud of this prize as John[…]

Steering a changing course

Posted by on December 29th, 2010

(This is the editorial from Development’s first issue of 2011. It first appeared on the Development site on December 7, 2010.) As I wrote in last year’s editorial, developmental biology is facing a major revolution with the emergence of the stem cell field, to which many of our best scientists are drawn. Thus, one of[…]