Rossant lab members, January 2013
The Rossant lab is interested in mechanisms of cell fate decisions in the early mouse embryo and their application to the maintenance and differentiation of embryo-derived stem cells.
We combine tools of genetic manipulation, live imaging, proteomics and single cell expression analysis to explore the fundamental aspects of lineage development. We are also applying our developmental knowledge to the differentiation of human iPS cells into cell types suitable for exploring new aspects of human biology and disease.
We currently have post-doctoral positions available for those interested in all areas of early mouse embryonic development and in fundamental stem cell biology. Applied projects in endoderm and lung epithelial differentiation are also available, in collaboration with clinical and bioengineering colleagues.
Please send CVs and letters of interest via email: firstname.lastname@example.org with Postdoc Application as the subject
or mail to:
Rossant Lab, room 13-305
Attention Postdoc Application
TMDT @ MaRS
101 College Street,
Canada M5G 1L7