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Postdoc position in Cell and Developmental Biology: Mechanisms of collective cell migration

Posted by on February 9th, 2021

A postdoctoral research position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Smutny at the Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology at Warwick Medical School, UK. The lab is focused on exploring biochemical and biophysical processes driving cell and tissue morphogenesis during early embryonic development. For a brief overview of the research in the lab, please[…]

Postdoctoral position in mammalian developmental stem cell biology

Posted by on February 1st, 2021

The Sozen laboratory is looking for talented postdoctoral associates with a background in mammalian developmental stem cell biology to join our team. We conduct research in early mouse/human embryogenesis with the goal of understanding the mechanisms that underlie developmental programming in human health and disease.   Our laboratory in the Department of Genetics, Yale School[…]

Tenure-track position available at USC Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology

Posted by on November 7th, 2020

Tenure-track position in the Division of Biological Sciences The Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology (CCMB) of the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of the University of Southern California is recruiting outstanding candidates for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Division of Biomedical Sciences to conduct cutting-edge research in the areas[…]

Postdoctoral position at The Francis Crick

Posted by on October 2nd, 2020

A postdoctoral position (fully-funded for 4 years) is available in the laboratory of Dr. Rashmi Priya at the Francis Crick institute. Dr Priya’s laboratory focuses on the mechano-molecular control of organ development during embryogenesis. For a brief overview of the lab, please visit https://www.crick.ac.uk/research/labs/rashmi-priya or get in touch with Dr. Priya. The Organ Morphodynamics lab[…]

The story of my heart, from the bottom of my heart (says the Zebrafish)

Posted by on June 23rd, 2020

I started off as quite little—just one cell, in fact. No heart, no brain, no blood flowed in me and yet, somehow I found the motivation in me to divide. One me made two and two mes made four, till many tiny mes made me a full-fledged embryo with a heart full of hope. As[…]

Early development: the journey from oocyte to embryo

Posted by on April 3rd, 2020

Meeting report: 2nd EMBO workshop “Awakening of the genome: the maternal-to-zygotic transition”   Amanda Amodeo1*, Johanna Gassler2* and Ksenia Kuznetsova3*, Philip Zegerman4   *These authors contributed equally Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics. Carl Icahn Laboratory Washington Rd., Princeton University. Princeton, NJ 08544 Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (IMBA), Vienna Biocenter[…]

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

Posted by on September 21st, 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 fluorescence imaging data of living embryos of a class of marine invertebrates, the ascidians. The contract is for up to 4 years. The selected candidate[…]

Inflate your embryo

Posted by on September 17th, 2019

How would you create a hole between two sticky surfaces? Simply crack it! At a first glance, trying to pull apart the two surfaces seems to be a good idea, but in practice, you might need a lot of energy. However, it seems that the mouse embryo has found a smart and efficient way to do[…]

POSTDOC IN DEVELOPMENTAL METABOLISM (Francis Crick Institute, London)

Posted by on July 12th, 2019

Roles of metabolism in the developmental origins of health and longevity A postdoctoral research position funded by the Wellcome Trust is available in the laboratory of Dr. Alex Gould at the Francis Crick Institute in London. The lab works on the mechanisms by which dietary nutrients during development can have profound long-term effects upon adult[…]

Postdoctoral opportunity in image analysis and biophysical modeling of developing systems

Posted by on January 8th, 2019

Postdoctoral position in the Saunders laboratory, Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore A postdoctoral research position in quantitative biology is available from March 2019 in Asst. Prof. Timothy Saunders’ group at the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore. The Saunders lab has been active since 2013 and studies the fundamental processes shaping organs and tissues during development. The Saunders lab extensively[…]