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Several positions in neurofilament biology (PhD, engineer & postdoc)

Posted by , on 18 February 2021

In the context of an ERC funded project, the laboratory of Dr. Bomont (NeuroMyoGene institute, Lyon, France) is recruiting several fellows. We are seeking highly motivated candidates for neuronal cytoskeleton, ...

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 ...

PhD Studentship in Cell and Developmental Biology: Cytoskeletal Regulation of Epidermal Stem Cells

Posted by , on 25 May 2020

The group of Chen Luxenburg at the Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, invites applications for a PhD student position.   Our laboratory is looking for excellent and highly motivated ...

The people behind the papers - Samira Benhamouche-Trouillet, Evan O’Loughlin & Andrea McClatchey

Posted by , on 21 May 2018

Intrahepatic bile ducts (IHBDs) are epithelial tubular structures that transport bile from the liver to the intestine, but the molecules and mechanisms controlling IHBD morphogenesis have remained largely unclear. A a ...

The people behind the papers – You Wu & Mineko Kengaku

Posted by , on 12 March 2018

Neuronal migration is critical for mammalian brain development. In many migrating neurons, the nucleus translocates from the trailing to the leading edge of the cell in a manner dependent on ...

A journey towards uncovering the mechanics of embryonic polarization

Posted by , on 17 February 2018

The key results of our recent paper in Nature Cell Biology   Cell polarization defines the spatial biological specificities in a cell. During the first cell cycle of a C. elegans ...

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 ...

The people behind the papers – Diane Shakes & friends

Posted by , on 20 September 2017

Development often involves the asymmetric partitioning of cellular components to daughters, and this process is crucial for successful gametogenesis. Today’s paper, published in the current issue of Development, explores the cytoskeletal ...

Nuclear sponges in embryonic stem cells

Posted by , on 17 June 2014

Once upon a time, physicists got curious about the cytoskeleton. They characterised the cytoskeleton – using tools of soft matter, statistical and polymer physics – as a mesoscale material whose ...

Cellular Architectures at the Nuit Blanche 2013 in Paris

Posted by , on 9 April 2014

The “Nuit Blanche” in Paris. A city wide exposition of contemporary arts from dusk till dawn. Performances, light shows, dance, installations. Along the Canal Saint-Martin the visitors stroll from one ...

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