Research Associate and Postdocs using Xenopus @Tufts University

The Levin lab (www.drmichaellevin(dot)org, at Tufts University near Boston) seeks people with hands-on experience with the Xenopus embryo model system for projects on bioelectric controls of regeneration, brain development/repair, and cancer. A variety of position levels are available immediately (ranging across technicians to research associates and post-docs); the ideal candidate is comfortable with: raising and scoring embryos, morphological phenotypic analysis, microinjection, sectioning, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, surgical manipulations, etc. Additional experience with RNAseq/single cell RNAseq, bioinformatics, transgenics, larva behavior, or microscopy would be a plus, but not required. If you are, or know someone who are, interested, please drop me an email.



Dr. Michael Levin
Biology Department, and
Director, Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University