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Post-Doc Position: Alternative-Splicing and RNA isoform expression in Wnt signalling

Posted by on August 18th, 2019

We are looking for an RNA molecular biologist/molecular developmental biologist (three years, BBSRC funded, currently proposed start date 1 January 2020, mostly based in Aberdeen) (apply by 26 August 2019) https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/IMS165R This project will study alternative transcript expression, splicing and function of TCF/LEF genes in the Wnt signalling pathway. This is a close collaboration with[…]

Postdoctoral Fellow  & Staff Scientist Positions Available

Posted by on August 14th, 2019

Multiple NIH-funded Staff Scientist/ Research Associate and Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions are available in the Stottmann lab in the Divisions of Human Genetics and Developmental Biology.  We are interested in the genetic basis of congenital craniofacial malformations. Projects are focused on characterizing novel genes and mutations identified through human whole genome sequencing. We use sequencing[…]

Postdoc Helsinki: Models of organ pattern formation of morphogenesis

Posted by on July 19th, 2019

1.Basic job and project description: 1.Job/ project description: The postdoc could choose between three main research projects: a. Mathematical modeling of phenotypic evolution in populations with embryonic development. b. Mathematical modeling of gene network and embryonic development evolution. c. Mathematical modeling of organ development and their evolution in mammalian teeth or Drosophila wing or some[…]

POSTDOC IN DEVELOPMENTAL METABOLISM (Francis Crick Institute, London)

Posted by on July 12th, 2019

Roles of metabolism in the developmental origins of health and longevity A postdoctoral research position funded by the Wellcome Trust is available in the laboratory of Dr. Alex Gould at the Francis Crick Institute in London. The lab works on the mechanisms by which dietary nutrients during development can have profound long-term effects upon adult[…]

The 2019 North of England Cell Biology Forum

Posted by on July 2nd, 2019

This annual 1-day symposium brings together cell biologists from the North of England. There is a full day of talks and a poster session where junior scientists are encouraged to present their work. PhD students and post-docs are invited to apply for oral and/or poster presentations; prizes will be awarded on the day. Date: Thursday,[…]

A Poetic Observation of Stem Cell Research

Posted by on June 28th, 2019

A cinematographer, shadowed scientists in their everyday work provides us with a glimpse into the incredible beauty of science. (No Ratings Yet) Loading…

Lab Technician in Muscle Development and Regeneration

Posted by on June 19th, 2019

We are looking for a lab technician to assist in research on muscle stem cells, development, regeneration, disease, and evolution. More details about our research can be found at http://www.kardonlab.org/. Technician will assist in management of a mouse colony and conduct supervised research (leading to publications). Technician must be reliable, well organized, detail-oriented, excited about[…]

Research Assistant/Associate – Bioinformatics (Smith Lab)

Posted by on June 13th, 2019

Department/Location: Wellcome Trust – Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Salary: £26,243 – £30,395 or £30,395 – £39,609 Reference: PS19502 Closing date: 10 July 2019 The Wellcome Trust – Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is an international centre of excellence for stem cell research and regenerative medicine. Scientists in the Institute collaborate[…]

Listen to DanStem podcast hosting James Briscoe

Posted by on June 12th, 2019

James Briscoe is a Group leader at the Francis Crick Institute in London, where he and his lab work on the development of the spinal chord using both molecular biology and mathematical modeling approaches. In this Podcast we talk about his science as well as the future directions he would like to take as the[…]

PhD position available in annelid Evo-Devo in the Meyer Lab

Posted by on June 5th, 2019

A PhD position is available in the laboratory of Néva P. Meyer at Clark University in Worcester, MA USA (https://wordpress.clarku.edu/nmeyer/) beginning as early as August 2019 as follows: Spiralians are a great group of animals to study evolution of body plans in part because many spiralian taxa develop via a stereotypic and likely ancestral cleavage[…]