Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Developmental Biophysics in Cincinnati, OH for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Developmental Biophysics
DescriptionThe Özbudak Lab (https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/bio/o/ertugrul-ozbudak) is looking for a postdoctoral fellow interested in combining interdisciplinary approaches to discover systems-level mechanisms governing spatiotemporal pattern formation during embryonic development. Embryos develop spatiotemporal patterns by encoding and interpreting biological signals in real time. Despite unavoidable fluctuations in gene expression, embryonic development is robust and reproducible, which necessitates several mechanisms buffering stochastic gene expression. A striking example of robust spatiotemporal patterning is the rhythmic segmentation of somites, which ar


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