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PhD DTP opportunity: Cell Biology, Univ. Manchester

Posted by , on 11 November 2019

Definition of integrin signalling networks underlying neuron growth in vivo   Application deadline: 31 January 2020 Application info: LINK Project enquiries: Andreas.Prokop@manchester.ac.uk Martin.Humphries@manchester.ac.uk   Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) of the ...

Postdoc position on ageing in the Drosophila nervous system

Posted by , on 6 September 2018

BBSRC funded postdoc position in the laboratory of Natalia Sánchez-Soriano (https://sanchezlab.wordpress.com), to study the cell biology of neuronal ageing and the underlying mechanisms.     On this project you will ...

Manchester PhD position on neuronal development, ageing & degeneration

Posted by , on 17 October 2017

The University of Manchester, 2018/19 BBSRC DTP PhD Project Understanding tubulin regulation during neuronal development, ageing and degeneration Axons are slender, up-to-a-meter long, cable-like extensions of neurons which form the ...

From our sister journals- March 2016

Posted by , on 18 March 2016

Here is some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.           Drosophila as a model to study human disease The latest ...

Making and re-making the brain

Posted by , on 23 December 2015

  The three-pound lump under our skulls that allows us to speak, run and function in our daily lives is a mass of dozens of types of minuscule cells joined ...

Does (brain) size matter?

Posted by , on 30 October 2015

Chris Puhl and Rebecca McIntosh   As a part of a team of students from the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, Kings College London we commissioned and edited an issue ...

Cortical Microcircuit Assembly: The Migratory Path Matters

Posted by , on 10 June 2015

By Peng Kate Gao Developmental neuroscience has traditionally focused on understanding the structural assembly of the nervous system. However, recently it has increasingly been recognized that development also plays a key role ...

Evolution of the First Nervous Systems II

Posted by , on 29 November 2013

What is the earliest Phylum of metazoans to possess what we would recognize as a nervous system? Did earlier organisms have all the components of a nervous system in the ...

A stem cell needs REST

Posted by , on 14 August 2012

Decisions, decisions.  Stem cells face the task to self-renew or differentiate, a decision made out of the combination and coordination of numerous regulators.  With the activation or suppression of transcriptional ...

In Development this week (Vol. 138, Issue 17)

Posted by , on 9 August 2011

Here are the highlights from the current issue of Development: Human embryos make an early transcriptional start Human preimplantation development is a highly dynamic process that lasts about 6 days. ...

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