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Postdoctoral position to model Alzheimer’s disease with iPSC-derived neurons

Posted by , on 4 February 2021

A postdoctoral position is available in the Scholpp lab at the Living Systems Institute (LSI) at the University of Exeter ( The mission of the institute is to study the ...

The Southwest of the UK – a thriving environment for zebrafish research

Posted by , on 29 September 2020

Meeting report of the SWZM20 The Southwest Zebrafish Meeting 2020 (SWZM20) took place as an online-only meeting organized by the Scholpp lab at the Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter ...

Reminder : UK SouthWest Zebrafish Meeting - 11 Sep 2020 - register today!

Posted by , on 22 June 2020

Dear All We are looking forward to an exciting UK SouthWest Zebrafish Meeting at the 11 Sep 2020! If you have not already, register and also submit your abstracts for ...

UK South West Zebrafish Meeting 2020 - Registration and Abstract Submission now open!

Posted by , on 5 May 2020

We are excited to announce that the UK South West Zebrafish Meeting 2020 will be hosted by the University of Exeter as a virtual meeting to take place on Friday ...

BBSRC PhD position: Wnt signalling in neural crest development.

Posted by , on 22 November 2019

A BBSRC-funded PhD studentship is available for a joint project between the labs of Steffen Scholpp, Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter ( and Robert Kelsh, University of Bath ( Dissecting ...

Recent jobs by Steffen Scholpp

Senior Lecturer to Full Professor, Living Systems Institute (LSI), Exeter, UK

Posted by , on 5 March 2024

Are you an interdisciplinary scientist seeking a well-resourced, dynamic, and collaborative environment that will enable your next breakthrough? If so, we would like to hear from you. You should have a biological or biomedical research focus, but we particularly welcome applications from individuals with expertise in mathematics, physics, engineering, or computational science. We are looking […]

MRC-funded PhD position to study Wnt signalling in gastric cancer at the LSI Exeter (Sep 2023)

Posted by , on 12 September 2022

Gastric cancer is a multifactorial disease causing over a million deaths yearly. Deregulation of oncogenic cell signalling, such as the Wnt signalling pathway, leads to tumour growth and metastasis. In this project, the student will apply novel microfluidic tools to decipher the function of Wnt signal spreading and activation in the tumour microenvironment to develop […]