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Post-doctoral position investigating cell biology of neurogenesis using human iPSCs

Posted by , on 20 November 2019

Closing Date: 15 March 2021

A short-term post-doc position is available with Professor Kate Storey, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee – immediately until 31 January 2021, with some flexibility if required. There may also be a possibility to extend this end date. The project involves developing our ongoing work with a human iPS cell derived neural differentiation assay to investigate cell biological mechanisms regulating neurogenesis. This will include generating and characterising reporter hiPS cell lines and their use in live cell imaging experiments to monitor neuroepithelial cell behaviour and how this changes in stress conditions. We are looking for a thoughtful and enthusiastic researcher to join our lively team – you will need a PhD in a relevant subject and expertise in molecular and cell biology as well as imaging – although training in our specific imaging approaches will be provided. Informal enquiries welcome k.g.storey@dundee.ac.uk

Apply here: https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/3349292




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