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Postdoctoral position in mammalian developmental stem cell biology

Posted by , on 1 February 2021

The Sozen laboratory is looking for talented postdoctoral associates with a background in mammalian developmental stem cell biology to join our team. We conduct research in early mouse/human embryogenesis with ...

The people behind the papers – Masanori Kawaguchi, Kota Sugiyama and Yoshiyuki Seki

Posted by , on 8 February 2019

This interview, the 57th in our series, was recently published in Development The molecular regulation of pluripotency has been most intensively studied in early mammalian development, but whether the transcriptional networks ...

The people behind the papers - Anjali Rao & Carole LaBonne

Posted by , on 9 August 2018

The neural crest is a progenitor population with the capacity to contribute to all vertebrate germ layers. The transcription factor and signalling pathway activity underlying this remarkable pluripotency have been well ...

Postdoctoral Position in Pluripotency, Signaling and Epigenetics, Washington University School of Medicine

Posted by , on 13 July 2018

A postdoctoral position is available in the lab of Thorold Theunissen at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, USA (theunissenlab.wustl.edu). Our research program is dedicated to exploring ...

BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report (19)

Posted by , on 1 December 2017

Established  by the British Society for Developmental Biology in 2014, The Gurdon/The Company of Biologists Summer Studentship scheme provides financial support to allow highly motivated undergraduate students an opportunity to engage ...

Laboratory Research Scientist

Posted by , on 20 September 2017

OVERVIEW   We are seeking a highly motivated and collaborative Laboratory Research Scientist in the area of human embryology and stem cell biology to join Dr. Kathy Niakan’s laboratory. The ...

Mitotic Bookmarking by Esrrb: an unexplored mechanism for implementing cell fate choices?

Posted by , on 18 November 2016

  The story behind our recent paper (Festuccia et al., Nature Cell Biology 2016) started with a serendipitous observation made in a small room of the ISCR (Institute for Stem ...

An interview with José Silva

Posted by , on 5 November 2015

This interview first featured in the Journal of Cell Science and is part of their interview series Cell Scientists to Watch.   José Silva studied biology at the University of Porto, ...

Towards a synthetic embryo

Posted by , on 24 September 2014

Waddington, whose writings on the epigenetic landscape continue to influence developmental biology to this day, called the developing embryo “the most intriguing object that nature has to offer”(Waddington, 1966). The ...

GATA6 and the power of single cells

Posted by , on 29 May 2014

Any mammal who celebrated Mother’s Day earlier this month realizes how important mothers are for us and the tight bond between them and their children. Forget clean shirts and packed ...

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