We invite applications for the position of postdoctoral scholar in the broad area of development, genetics and evolution of adult phenotypes. The lab uses single cell, imaging and other approaches, and is equipped with extensive, lab-dedicated instrumentation. Current projects focus on cell lineage and states of post-embryonic neural crest derived stem cells, signaling in skin and skin appendage development, and gene regulatory and morphogenetic mechanisms of pigment pattern development as well as evolution. The group has very diverse interests and flexible funding; postdocs are encouraged to develop their own independent research programs. Our work has appeared in Science, PNAS, eLife, Current Biology, PLoS Genetics, Development and elsewhere. Although we use mostly zebrafish and related species, candidates without prior zebrafish experience are encouraged to apply and we are always interested in applicants having diverse backgrounds and experiences. See our website (above) for more information about the group, environment, and publications. Direct enquiries, with CV, to Professor David M. Parichy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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