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Post-doc opportunity in Melbourne, Australia. Investigating craniofacial development & neural tube closure

Posted by , on 31 January 2014

Closing Date: 15 March 2021

An exciting opportunity exists for a highly motivated individual to join the Epidermal Development Laboratory in the Department of Medicine. The group has an interest in understanding the mechanisms underpinning epidermal development and homeostasis.

As the Research Officer or Senior Research Officer, you will investigate the genetic pathways which regulate vertebrate craniofacial development, with a focus on Grhl2, one of the genes responsible for facial skeletal development. The project will involve molecular and cellular experiments, histology and animal handling.

Any Enquiries to

Dr Sebastian Dworkin, Senior Research Fellow, +61 3 9903 0072

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