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2-year post-doctoral funding: robustness of ascidian embryogenesis to environmental and experimental variation

Posted by , on 1 April 2022

The tunicate team at CRBM (Montpellier, France), headed by Patrick Lemaire, is offering a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship (or a 3-year PhD fellowship for an exceptional candidate) to study the robustness ...

Job opening: 3D + time live imaging data analyst and software developer

Posted by , on 21 September 2019

The Tunicate embryology Research Team and the MRI core imaging facility in Montpellier, France, have an opening for a computer scientist in charge of the analysis of 3D + time ...

PhD project in Southern France: quantitative analysis of developmental variability in ascidian embryos

Posted by , on 1 April 2019

Applicants are sought for two 3-year doctoral contracts to work on developmental variability and canalization in Ascidians. Context:   Within each animal species, embryonic development is highly reproducible, ensuring the ...

Let’s move to 4D-biology: building the embryonic inner ear!

Posted by , on 26 January 2017

Comment on Distribution of neurosensory progenitor pools during inner ear morphogenesis unveiled by cell lineage reconstruction, eLife 2017; 6:e22268 Sylvia Dyballa and Cristina Pujades Department of Experimental and Health Sciences, Universitat Pompeu ...

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