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behind DeXtrusion: an automated pipeline to detect epithelial cell extrusion through machine learning

Posted by , on 6 October 2023

The problem In animals, epithelial tissue covers most of our organs. In order to create the very intricate and complex shapes of these organs, these tissues are drastically remodelled during embryogenesis through growth and shape changes. Once they achieve these final shapes, they maintain their cell number in a dynamic equilibrium. Both of these mechanisms,

Development presents... an Imaging Special

Posted by , on 12 October 2021

Development presents… is a webinar series hosted by Development. The webinars are chaired each month by a different Development Editor, who invites talks from authors of exciting new papers and preprints. First authors are particularly encouraged to present their work – we hope the series will become a forum for supporting early-career researchers. As well

Research Assistant Developmental Cell Biology of Sea Anemone Embryos

Posted by , on 1 October 2021

Amherst College, MA Amherst College invites applications for a full-time Research Assistant position level RI-1. The Research Assistant will investigate the process of tissue organization during embryonic development of the sea anemone Nematostella vectensis at the Ragkousi lab at Amherst College (for publications on the research visit here). The research project(s) will involve molecular genetics,

Research Assistant Position

Posted by , on 26 June 2021

The Carver College of Medicine Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology is seeking a Research Assistant to join the Tootle lab ( to perform research using Drosophila melanogaster (fruit flies) to define how lipid signals regulate actin in the cytoplasm and the nucleus. Execute planned research activities using observation, measurement and analytical techniques. Manage and maintain Drosophila