Senior Laboratory Research Scientist: The Francis Crick Institute
Organ Morphodynamics Laboratory
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Description and Details:
Our lab focuses on the mechano-molecular control of organ development using zebrafish as a model system. The broad goal of the lab is to unravel the underlying mechanical, molecular and geometric interactions that transforms a developing heart from a simple epithelium into a highly intricate patterned organ. The lab has generous core-funding support and access to state-of-the-art facilities and technology platforms including Advanced light microscopy, High throughput sequencing, Bioinformatics and Image analysis help desk. The Francis Crick is a modern, world class biomedical research institute in central London. The Francis Crick and the participating organizations (UCL, Imperial College London and King's College London) offer a highly inclusive, collaborative and thriving research community with many career development opportunities.
How to Apply:
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