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Postdoctoral Research Fellow position in stem cells and intestinal regeneration- Patel lab U. of Bristol

Posted by , on 6 September 2020

We are looking for a passionate, intellectually curious and creative postdoctoral research fellow with a strong interest in tissue maintenance, regeneration and ageing to join our lab.   The Patel ...

The people behind the papers – Roman Szabo and Thomas Bugge

Posted by , on 29 January 2020

This interview, the 74th in our series, was recently published in Development.  Dysregulated activity of cell surface proteolytic enzymes has a wide range of developmental and pathological consequences, but the underlying ...

Clone Wars: A New Model

Posted by , on 1 October 2018

From the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine blog.   Stem cell turnover and tissue maintenance is a stochastic process. This means that a randomly occurring mutation has an unknown ...

Rare is Everywhere

Posted by , on 5 June 2018

The story behind FOXL1+ telocytes You can find our recently published Nature paper here   Our story began two decades ago when my mentor, Klaus H. Kaestner, identified and cloned ...

Stem cell fate choice: determined in an instant

Posted by , on 6 March 2018

Jun Chen National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing A discussion of our recent paper: Chen J, Xu N, Wang C, Huang P, Huang H, Jin Z, Yu Z, Cai T, ...

Intestinal stem cells- from a foetal development perspective

Posted by , on 18 December 2013

My name is Rob Fordham and I’ve just finished my PhD at the Wellcome Trust/MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge, supervised by Dr Kim Jensen (now Associate Professor ...

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