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Postdoc position studying polarized axon outgrowth in Ciona

Posted by , on 14 January 2020

We have an open position immediately available for a postdoc to study the transcriptional regulation of polarized axon outgrowth in the simple embryos of the tunicate Ciona, taking advantage of ...

Postdoc position at Georgia Tech (Ciona neural development)

Posted by , on 1 March 2017

We are looking for a postdoc interested in studying neural development in tunicates, the sister group to the vertebrates. The larval nervous system of the tunicate Ciona has only 177 ...

Migratory neuronal progenitors in Tunicates provide insights into Neural Crest evolution

Posted by , on 24 December 2015

Tunicates are the invertebrates most closely related to us, forming a monophyletic clade with the vertebrates, known as Olfactores. Tunicates, often erroneously referred to as “urochordates” (a junior synonym and ...

Recent jobs by A. Stolfi

Postdoc position studying polarized axon outgrowth in Ciona

Posted by , on 19 March 2021

We have an open position immediately available for a postdoc to study the transcriptional regulation of polarized axon outgrowth in the simple embryos of the tunicate Ciona, taking advantage of their simplicity at the genetic and cellular levels. The larval central nervous system (CNS) of Ciona is a miniaturized but typically chordate CNS containing only […]