1. Luisa Di Stefano

    Postdoc in Toulouse

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    A postdoc position is available in my lab at the LBCMCP in Toulouse, France. We investigate the role of the histone demethylase LSD1 in the control of gene transcription and chromatin homeostasis in Drosophila and cancer cell lines. The candidate will focus on the identification of novel dLsd1 partners important...
  2. Luisa Di Stefano

    Postdoc in Toulouse

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    Description A 3-year post-doctoral position is available starting from April 2012 in the laboratory of Luisa Di Stefano at the LBCMCP, Universite’ Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France. The team investigates the role of the histone demethylase LSD1 in the control of gene transcription and chromatin homeostasis in Drosophila and in...
  3. Bartek Wilczynski

    Post-doc in computational regulatory genomics

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    I look for a motivated post-doctoral researcher in computational regulatory genomics. The job will involve a lot of Chip-Seq data analysis in Drosophila and mouse. We want to understand the dynamics of chromatin properties in flies undergoing developmental processes. If you are interested, please contact me directly at bartek@mimuw.edu.pl
  4. Fernando Casares

    A PhD position in the Casares lab (CABD, Seville)

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    To study the gene regulatory network controlling the development and evolution of the ocellar complex in dipterans. If you hadn't noticed them before, the ocelli are three simple eyes located on the fly's forehead. And if anyone had purposely looked for a good model to study eye development (simple, genetically tractable,...
  5. Hernan Lopez-Schier

    Postdoctoral positions in Munich

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    I am looking for candidates to take up postdoctoral positions (PhD positions may also be available for unusually talented students) in the López-Schier group, when it moves to Germany to the Helmholtz Zentrum München early in 2012, for the following four research lines: 1) Develop a project on cellular mechanics...