Postdoctoral Research Associate-Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Developmental Biology

Posted 12/13/2021

The Solnica-Krezel and McNeill labs are looking for a joint postdoctoral fellow for a collaborative project on the mechanisms of vertebrate planar cell polarity and morphogenesis. The project will explore the relation of Ds/Fat cadherins and core planar polarity genes in sculpting the vertebrate body plan.  High resolution imaging, genome editing and in vivo proteomics approaches in mouse and zebrafish will investigate the cell polarity and migration in neural and mesenchymal tissues during embryogenesis.

For more information on the McNeill and Solnica-Krezel labs, please visit our websites at McNeill Lab and Solnica-Krezel Lab.

Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D. degree in molecular biology, genetics, developmental biology, cell biology, biochemistry or similar fields.
  • Published in high-quality peer-reviewed journals.
  • Ability to guide research projects and maintain detailed records of experimental work.
  • Background in or strong desire to learn cell and developmental biology.
  • Good interpersonal skills and willingness to mentor trainees and technicians.
  • Excellent speaking, reading and writing skills.


Applicant Special Instructions
Interested candidates should apply by visiting jobs.wustl.edu and search for JR63612 or send a cover letter, CV, contact information for three references and one key first author publication directly to tonihill@wustl.edu.

Last Updated 12/13/2021