Ulm University Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

The ability to regenerate lost body parts is one of the most fascinating phenomena in biology. In contrast to mammals and humans, some other vertebrates can completely regenerate their limbs/fins after amputation. Our lab is interested in unraveling the underlying cellular and molecular mechanisms. We have discovered that osteoblasts de-differentiate during zebrafish fin regeneration. Dedifferentiation is a rare phenomenon in vivo and little is known about its molecular regulation. We have performed an in vivo small molecular screen to identify reglulators of osteoblast de-differentiation, and are now looking for a PhD student to study candidates derived from this screen.

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In our company employees are working in the following fields:
Research & Development, Research & Education, Research Associate

In our company employees with these qualifications are welcome:
Biology & Life Sciences, Chemistry


Ulm University Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Helmholtzstraße 16
89081 Ulm