A short-term post-doc position (1st September until 20th July 2020, with potential extension) is available in Professor Kate Storey’s group to develop ongoing work with our human iPS cell derived neural differentiation assay to investigate cell biological mechanisms that regulate neurogenesis. This will include generating and characterising reporter hiPS cell lines and their use in live cell imaging experiments to monitor cell behaviour. Candidates require a PhD in a relevant biological subject and expertise in molecular and cell biology as well as imaging – although training in our specific imaging approaches can be provided. Please feel free to contact Professor Kate Storey firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Apply online here: https://www.lifesci.dundee.ac.uk/vacancies/2019/jul/31/postdoctoral-research-assistant
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