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Lab None Closing Date 2017-10-30
Employer Name Northwestern University Posting Date 2017-06-30
Employer URL Salary NIH scale
Contact Mitchell, Brian J.    
Location USA,  IL,  Chicago    
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Job Description

Two post-doc positions available to explore detailed aspects of the development of ciliated epithelia in Xenopus embryos.  Project one will use quantitative imaging techniques to address the processes of centriole amplification in multiciliated cells of the embryonic skin.  Project two will use quantitative imaging techniques to address the molecular regulation of cell migration and radial intercalation.  Highly motivated and creative scientists will do well in this position.  

Interested applicants should send a CV and statement of research goals to Dr. Brian Mitchell (

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