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A postdoctoral opportunity is available to work on patterning of the Xenopus embryo by Chordin and the early Wnt signal. This 2-year position is available immediately. Candidate will be trained in embryology by Eddy De Robertis in a small lab setting. This is an excellent opportunity for a second postdoc for someone with not more than three years of postdoctoral training. Experience in tissue culture is required, and experience with Xenopus in situ hybridization preferred. This is an opportunity to train in embryology directly with someone that has mentored many distinguished alumni.
To apply please provide: 1) cover letter with experience and motivation for further training in Developmental Biology, 2) CV including list of publications, 3) contact information for three references.
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