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Be beating, my still heart!

Posted by , on 25 October 2023

Read this story behind the paper "A bioelectrical phase transition patterns the first vertebrate heartbeats" from first author Bill Jia.

Moving towards heart success – Disease Models & Mechanisms Special Issue

Posted by , on 15 June 2023

The latest Special Issue of Disease Models & Mechanisms (DMM) includes articles that investigate the genetic and biological mechanisms of heart failure and identify potential therapeutic strategies.

Genetics Unzipped: Have a heart - the science of xenotransplantation

Posted by , on 21 April 2022

In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped, Dr Sally Le Page is delving into the seemingly science fiction world of xenotransplantation, that is, taking organs from animals and using them ...

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

Posted by , on 23 June 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. ...

A Madrid-Washington synergy for mouse embryo live-imaging

Posted by , on 23 April 2019

One of the things I learned during my stay in another lab is that you can’t succeed completely by yourself. You can try, sure, but a relevant unanswered question in ...

Research Associate - Cardiac morphogenesis and development

Posted by , on 30 September 2018

The Bloomekatz laboratory in the Department of Biology at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, MS is seeking a research associate to assist in our investigations of the fundamental mechanisms ...

Dating with cells – finding the right match

Posted by , on 23 August 2018

It’s an age-old mystery of the heart: do opposites attract, or will like do better with like? We can now answer this pressing question, at least for Drosophila cardioblasts: cells ...

Postdoctoral Position in Cardiovascular Development

Posted by , on 16 July 2018

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Sophie Astrof at Thomas Jefferson University to study roles of cell-extracellular matrix (ECM) interactions in cardiovascular development and congenital heart ...

Looking back on the adventure: exploring cell fate conversion with single cell RNA-seq

Posted by , on 21 November 2017

The story behind our recent paper: Liu Z*, Wang L*, Welch JD*, Ma H, Zhou Y, Vaseghi HR, Yu S, Wall JB, Alimohamadi S, Zheng M, Yin CY, Shen WN, ...

Mechanisms for asymmetric heart morphogenesis: About Nodal and tissue intrinsic forces

Posted by , on 11 December 2013

Although we all appear symmetrical from the outside, the organization of our internal organs and organ structure are highly asymmetric. Proper asymmetric positioning and patterning of our organs is very ...

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