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Postdoc available at NIMR London, U.K.

Division of Developmental Neurobiology

Molecular mechanisms of vertebrate neural development.

EU funded position to study the molecular mechanisms of vertebrate neural development. Research in the lab focuses on the role of transcription factors and signalling molecules [see Cell 101: 435; Mol Cell 7:1279] and uses a range of model systems including zebrafish, chick and mouse. The project involves a combination of genetic, embryological and molecular approaches.

Experience in molecular biology is desirable and experience or knowledge of developmental biology, neurobiology or cell culture advantageous.

Informal enquiries are encouraged and should be addressed to Dr James Briscoe Tel +44(0)20 8816 2559: email:

Salary for this position is from GBP 23,791 to GBP 27,906 per annum (inclusive of Scientist Supplement and Location Allowance). Membership of MRC Pension Scheme available.

The Institute provides excellent facilities and training for researchers in a multi-disciplinary environment.

Formal applications, which should include a full CV, and the names and addresses of two referees should be sent to Mark Franklin, Personnel Manager, National Institute for Medical Research, The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, London NW7 1AA.