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Developmental biology and cancer researchOpen positionPostdoc
We are recruiting MSc/PhD students and postdocs
Our lab investigates germ cell development in the zebrafish.
We use state-of-the-art live microscopy and genetics to study processes of cell polarity, biomechanics, cell-cell communication, mRNP phase separation, stem cells, and morphogenesis.
We developed a zebrafish model for oocyte differentiation and ovarian development, and traced the source of embryonic polarity to the onset of oogenesis. Our research will help explaining how germ cell developmental defects lead to infertility in the adult
8/4/2019054-9450638yanive@ekmd.huji.ac.il
  
Developmental biology and cancer researchOpen positionMaster or PhD student
We are recruiting MSc/PhD students and postdocs
Our lab investigates germ cell development in the zebrafish.
We use state-of-the-art live microscopy and genetics to study processes of cell polarity, biomechanics, cell-cell communication, mRNP phase separation, stem cells, and morphogenesis.
We developed a zebrafish model for oocyte differentiation and ovarian development, and traced the source of embryonic polarity to the onset of oogenesis. Our research will help explaining how germ cell developmental defects lead to infertility in the adult
8/4/2019054-9450638yanive@ekmd.huji.ac.il
  
School of Pharmaceutical SciencesOpen positionMaster or PhD student
The successful candidates will apply innovative approaches to study mechanisms underlying behavior and to discover drug targets for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and other neurological disorders.
 
The lab will use transgenic mouse models and combine multidisciplinary fields:                                  1) Neuro-OMICS technology with advanced Mass Spectrometry 2) Systems Biology & Bioinformatics  3) Neuropharmacology 4) Nitrergic and Kinase Signaling, 5) Molecular & Cellular and 6) Behavioral Neuroscience.
 
These multidisciplinary and novel approaches will allow for the identification of pathological key proteins, biological processes, and signaling pathways and will lead to identifying targeted therapeutics.
10/1/20190545482138Haitham.Amal@mail.huji.ac.il
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