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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 ...

PhD position in Cell Biology of Vertebrate Neurogenesis at the University of Manchester

Posted by , on 13 October 2017

Applications are invited from highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals for an MRC funded PhD position in the laboratory of Dr. Raman Das at the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at ...

Postdoctoral researcher position in developmental/stem cell biology-University of Sheffield

Posted by , on 6 October 2016

We are currently seeking an independent and motivated scientist to join the research group led by Dr Anestis Tsakiridis (https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/cscb/tsakiridis). His work focuses on dissecting the molecular basis of cell fate decisions ...

The small beginnings of gastruloids

Posted by , on 1 April 2015

Mouse embryonic stem cells (mESCs) are by definition cells that can self-renew (make identical copies of themselves) and specialize into any cell type of the body. Since their discovery, scientists ...

Fully funded Healing Foundation PhD Studentship available to UK/EU or international students 1

Posted by , on 11 December 2014

Title: The role and regulation of metabolic reprogramming during successful appendage regeneration Supervisors: Professors Enrique Amaya and Royston Goodacre, University of Manchester Application deadline: January 30, 2015 Description: Many vertebrate ...

Biology and maths partner to understand life decisions

Posted by , on 26 October 2014

Starting with the one fertilized egg that we all once were, embryonic development is made of cell divisions and most importantly of cell decisions. These first life decisions are the ...

Left-right asymmetry, embryonic development, and more

Posted by , on 26 August 2014

Hello there, first time posting on The Node! Every so often Wiley compiles a small selection of recent research on a particular topic, and the most recent is on the ...

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