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Living Systems Institute Exeter opens new PhD programme! Apply now!

Posted by , on 22 November 2019

Modern scientific innovation involves the integration of diverse disciplines and the bridging of pure and application-oriented research. This requires a new generation of bioscientists who are trained to think and ...

Post Doc, PhD student, and tech position available to studying Wnt trafficking in vertebrates at the LSI Exeter

Posted by , on 30 October 2018

Several MRC-funded positions are available in the Scholpp lab in the Living Systems Institute (LSI) at the University of Exeter to elucidate various aspects of cytoneme-mediated Wnt trafficking in vertebrates. ...

Autonomous traffic - Wnt cytonemes lead the way.

Posted by , on 2 October 2018

by Lauren Porter and Steffen Scholpp Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter, UK   The importance of Wnt signalling in developmental processes, wound healing and stem cell control has long ...

Two fully-funded PhD positions in Wnt trafficking at the LSI in Exeter

Posted by , on 9 October 2017

The process of subdividing a tissue into functional units represents a classic problem in pattern formation. Signalling proteins – so-called morphogens – orchestrate this process. The traditional view is that ...

EMBO practical course “Imaging of Neural Development in Zebrafish”

Posted by , on 3 June 2013

8-15 September 2013, Karlsruhe, Germany We would like to welcome applications to the EMBO zebrafish workshop that will take place at KIT, Karlsruhe (Germany) in the fall of 2013. The ...

Recent jobs by Steffen Scholpp

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 […]