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Postdoctoral Research Associates
Postdoctoral Positions in the Piotrowski lab to study sensory organ regeneration and development   The Piotrowski lab is seeking passionate postdocs who are interested in sensory organ development and regeneration, innate immune system, transcriptomics, epigenetics or collective cell migration. Research in the lab focuses on hair cell regeneration in the lateral line system and how it develops. Lateral line hair cells are homologous to mammalian inner ear hair cells, however mammals do not regenerate hair cells leading to deafness. To elucidate the mechanisms underlying zebrafish hair cell regeneration we have performed single cell transcriptomics, epigenetic and immune cell characterizations, as well as time lapse analyses at unprecedented resolution (Jia


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