University of Washington Postdoc募集
POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS TO STUDY VERTEBRATE STEM CELL BIOLOGY, PIGMENT CELL DEVELOPMENT AND EVOLUTION
Two postdoctoral positions are available to study mechanisms of vertebrate development and their evolution, with new NIH grants funding investigations of post-embryonic, neural crest-derived stem cells, the morphogenesis of melanocytes and melanoma cells, and the development and evolution of the diverse adult pigment patterns of zebrafish and their relatives. Our lab employs a variety of approaches including forward genetics, time-lapse imaging, and next generation sequencing and analyses of new danio genomes. More information about the lab can be found at: http://protist.biology.washington.edu/dparichy/. More information about the outstanding research environment at the University of Washington and Seattle more generally can be found at: http://www.biology.washington.edu/why-choose-uw-biology-postdocs.
Candidates for these positions should already have a Ph.D., or should be within one year of completing their doctoral research. Please email a CV including a list of references to: Professor David M. Parichy, firstname.lastname@example.org.