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Plasticity of the Haematopoietic Niche: from Embryonic Development to Aging and Disease

Posted by , on 11 December 2023

Special Issue I am glad to announce a new Research Topic / Special Issue for the journal Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences (IF 5.0), edited by Prof Rio Sugimura (University of Hong ...

Made the Same Way: Our bodies are galaxies

Posted by , on 11 May 2023

The fourth episode of the Wellcome-funded Human Developmental Biology Initiative‘s new podcast, Made the Same Way, features scientist Emily Calderbank and rapper Olivia (aka FREEQUENCY3) discussing human embryonic haematopoiesis. At ...

Active hematopoietic sites in Drosophila Adult

Posted by , on 11 June 2015

Studies in the last decade have established Drosophila as the best invertebrate model to study hematopoiesis. Blood cell development in the fruitfly has been shown to have similarities to that ...

Specifying stem cells, specifically

Posted by , on 5 February 2015

Bone marrow transplants save lives. It’s as simple as that. The reason bone marrow transplants are so effective is because this squishy tissue is home to haematopoietic stem cells (HSCs), ...

Post-Doctoral Research Associate position at University College London

Posted by , on 23 November 2012

Post-Doctoral Research Associate position at University College London Cancer Institute The group is based at the Cancer Institute at UCL and works on modelling inherited and acquired haematopoietic diseases using ...

Postdoc Position, University of Cambridge

Posted by , on 11 November 2011

Research Associate University of Cambridge – Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, Department of Haematology Salary: £27,428 – £35,788 pa The funds for this post are available until 30 April 2014 ...

In Development this week (Vol. 138, Issue 13)

Posted by , on 7 June 2011

Here are the highlights from the current issue of Development: Mutant Xist merely muffles X chromosome In XX female mammals, inactivation of one X chromosome during development equalises the levels ...

In Development this week (Vol. 138, Issue 4)

Posted by , on 26 January 2011

Here are the research highlights from the current issue of Development: New moves in haematopoiesis: rumba and samba Vertebrate haematopoiesis relies on a pool of haemetopoietic stem/progenitor cells (HSPCs) that ...

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