How do cells decide where and when to differentiate during embryonic development? How do complex patterns form in remarkably reproducible manner? How do genes, proteins and signaling molecules combine into circuits to perform these functions?
Interested in these questions? Come and work in an interdisciplinary environment to elucidate the underlying principles of multicellular organisms. Apply state of the art quantitative experimental techniques such as time lapse microscopy, super-resolution microscopy, synthetic biology, and nano-patterning. Use mathematical tools to explain your results and generate new insights.
Research positions at all levels (MSc, PhD, and Postdocs) are available now. Excellent students from all scientific disciplines (Biology, Physics, Engineering, etc.) are welcome to apply. To apply, contact David.