Postdoctoral Fellow in Engineering Early Human Embryonic Development Models in Milwaukee, WI for Taniguchi laboratory - Medical College of Wisconsin
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Postdoctoral Fellow in Engineering Early Human Embryonic Development Models
Taniguchi laboratory is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research fellow to lead studies related to one or more of our exciting research areas in peri-implantation human development: 1) apicosome biology and 2) amniogenesis. To investigate these topics, we employ a variety of approaches including engineered human embryonic stem cell-derived embryoid/organoid and animal models, single cell transcriptomics, spatial proteomics, genetics and high-resolution time-lapse imaging. We seek PhDs who are highly motivated, mature, and possess excellent interpersonal and writing skills. This position is funded by a new NIH R01 grant. The Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy is vibrant with young faculty and many students and postdocs, and has strong programs in place to suppor

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