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PhD Student - Cell and Developmental Biology

Employer: Tel Aviv University
Posted: June 15, 2014
Expires: July 31, 2014
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My laboratory is looking for an excellent and highly motivated PhD students to study the roles of the acto-myosin cytoskeleton in epidermal biology. We utilize state of the art technology to manipulate the function of any gene of interest in vivo in several weeks instead of long months (in utero lentiviral RNAi). Our goal is to understand how mechanical signals generated by the cytoskeleton affect stem cell ability to generate the epidermis during development, maintain it throughout life and repair it upon wounding. For more details visit our website: Candidates should hold or anticipate receiving Master's degree in Biology/Life-sciences. Preference will be given to candidates familiar with tissue culture techniques, microscopy and mouse work. Interested candidates should email their CV as well as a brief paragraph describing their research experience and career plans to Dr. Luxenburg.

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