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Genetics Unzipped podcast: 100 not out? Genes and ageing

Posted by , on 28 January 2021

We a look at the biological changes that underpin ageing, and how we can use this knowledge to live longer, healthier lives.

The evolution of nerves: understanding the roots of neurodegeneration

Posted by , on 27 October 2020

Application Deadline: 22 January 2021 Supervisors: Andreas Prokop, Matthew Ronshaugen, Karl Kadler Project details How to apply To develop remedial strategies for neurodegeneration in age and disease, we need to ...

Postdoc position on ageing in the Drosophila nervous system

Posted by , on 6 September 2018

BBSRC funded postdoc position in the laboratory of Natalia Sánchez-Soriano (https://sanchezlab.wordpress.com), to study the cell biology of neuronal ageing and the underlying mechanisms.     On this project you will ...

PostDoc Position on Ageing and Fertility in the Payer Lab (CRG Barcelona)

Posted by , on 11 July 2018

We are looking for a highly skilled and motivated candidate to join our group for a PostDoc position. In the Payer lab (http://www.crg.eu/bernhard_payer), we study epigenetic reprogramming in the mammalian ...

BBSRC-funded postdoc position - neuronal ageing

Posted by , on 26 June 2018

BBSRC funded postdoc position in the laboratory of Natalia Sanchez-Soriano (https://sanchezlab.wordpress.com), to study the cell biology of neuronal ageing and the underlying mechanisms.  The aim of the project is to ...

Manchester PhD position on neuronal development, ageing & degeneration

Posted by , on 17 October 2017

The University of Manchester, 2018/19 BBSRC DTP PhD Project Understanding tubulin regulation during neuronal development, ageing and degeneration Axons are slender, up-to-a-meter long, cable-like extensions of neurons which form the ...

Older wombs linked to complications in pregnant mice

Posted by , on 6 September 2017

This article is recent news from the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, view the original post here and the Nature Communications research paper here. Deciding to start a family later in ...

Exciting news on neural stem cell niches: stunning research from Fiona Doetsch's lab

Posted by , on 26 August 2016

http://www.cell.com/cell-stem-cell/fulltext/S1934-5909(16)30163-1 Sense & Sensibility: niche signals regulate neural stem cells in an age-dependent manner paper feature by Thomas Schwarz-Romond Tissue specific stem cell niches provide lifelong support for adult stem ...

Imaging techniques gives insight to what happens in aged eggs

Posted by , on 4 January 2014

Currently, more and more women delay having children because of pursuing higher educational and career aspirations, as well as changing cultural norms. Unfortunately their eggs become susceptible to chromosome mis-segregation ...

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