Postdoctoral position in developmental systems biology at Kansas State University
The Veeman lab in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University is seeking a dynamic, talented individual wanting to help build a systems-level understanding of morphogenesis. We use the simple body plan and genome of the ascidian Ciona together with in toto imaging and functional genomics methods to study chordate morphogenesis with both fine detail and a broad scope. We have a NSF funded project looking at the role of asymmetric cell division in controlling the notochord’s tapered shape and a NIH funded project working to understand how the structure of the notochord GRN relates to the functions of the tissue-specific effector genes it controls.
For more information, please contact Michael Veeman: email@example.com
Full application details are at: http://careers.k-state.edu/cw/en-us/job/497354/fellow-post-doc