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16 PhD Positions in Münster (Germany): Imaging Cellular Processes and Disease

Posted by on March 31st, 2020

  The joint CiM-IMPRS graduate program of the International Max Planck Research School – Molecular Biomedicine and Münster’s Cells in Motion Interfaculty Centre offers positions to pursue PhD projects in the areas of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics or computer science. We are looking for young scientists with a vivid interest in interdisciplinary projects to image[…]

Full Professor Position for Animal Physiology

Posted by on March 31st, 2020

The University of Münster, Germany, Faculty of Biology, Institute for Animal Physiology invites applications for a Full Professor Position for Animal Physiology (W3 salary scale, to be filled by September 1st, 2020) Applicants should have a strong and internationally visible background and research programme with a focus on physiological processes in animals. They should also[…]

Creating pancreatic cells in the laboratory to cure people with diabetes

Posted by on February 13th, 2020

New research by the Serup group shows how the Notch signalling pathway works when the pancreas forms as the fetus develops. This discovery may lead to new opportunities to cure people with diabetes and understand how pancreatic cancer develops. By Kristian Sjøgren for  Imagine doctors in the near future being able to cultivate stem cells[…]

New H2020 project will manufacture novel stem cell products for clinical trials in Type 1 Diabetes

Posted by on December 13th, 2019

The ISLET project is a multi-center collaboration of leading European researchers that has been awarded 8 million Euros in a 5-year period. The project will develop advanced stem cell products ready for use in clinical trials in Type 1 Diabetes. Professor Henrik Semb from DanStem is coordinating the project. The ISLET project will develop a[…]

Genomic Analyst position at Xenbase, the Xenopus Model Organism Knowledgebase

Posted by on December 12th, 2019

Xenbase ( is the Xenopus bioinformatics and genomics knowledgebase funded by the NIH/NICHHD. We have has two performance sites: the curation team at Cincinnati Children’s, Cincinnati OH (PI: Dr. Aaron Zorn) and the database management team at the University of Calgary in Canada (PI Dr. Peter Vize). Xenbase is seeking to fill 1 full time[…]

3year-POSTDOC + Starting grant CALL: EvoDevoGenomics in Barcelona:

Posted by on December 9th, 2019

3 year-POSTDOC + Starting grant (OPENING-SOON BEATRIU de PINOS program) to join our lab on EvoDevoGenomics in BARCELONA We are seeking candidates to join our lab to study our favorite chordate model Oikopleura dioica, in which we are currently interested in chordate development, specially heart and muscle, and the impact of gene loss on the[…]

Translational Immunology

Posted by on December 6th, 2019

Translational Immunology 26-27 MARCH 2020, GHENT, BELGIUM   The aim of this conference is to bridge the translational gap in immunopathology, bringing together clinicians, research scientists and industry partners to discuss prominent advances from the bench to the clinic. The different sessions will have a particular focus on precision medicine in general, starting from disease-oriented[…]

Post-doctoral position: Chromatin dynamics in early embryogenesis.

Posted by on December 5th, 2019

The Blythe Lab at Northwestern University seeks to recruit a motivated postdoctoral fellow to investigate chromatin dynamics in early Drosophila embryogenesis.   Research in the Blythe Lab focuses on a critical period of embryogenesis termed the maternal-to-zygotic transition (MZT). During this time, embryos establish an initial ‘ground state’ of chromatin structure that defines the initial[…]

Research technician position in the Department of Tissue Dynamics & Regeneration

Posted by on November 26th, 2019

The Department of Tissue Dynamics & Regeneration (@ Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) is recruiting a new research technician! The department of Dr. Jochen Rink studies the fascinating ability of planarian flatworms to regenerate complete animals from tiny tissue pieces. The department employs a broad range of techniques to understand the molecular mechanisms of[…]

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

Posted by on November 25th, 2019

We are looking for an RNA molecular biologist/molecular developmental biologist (three years, BBSRC funded, mostly based in Aberdeen) (apply by 5 January 2020,–391526.html) 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 the research group of David Ferrier at[…]