Postdoctoral fellow in cell biology: uncover the cell’s inner beauty at the Kaverina lab in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at Vanderbilt
|Cell and Developmental Biology
Kaverina lab in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at Vanderbilt seeks scientifically curious, highly motivated individuals to study functions of microtubule cytoskeleton in cell physiology and disease. Our laboratory employs state-of-art live imaging approaches in order to solve challenging puzzles of cell dynamics. Our overarching goal is to understand how microtubules arrange cellular architecture for optimal performance of physiological functions. A variety of projects is available in two broad directions: (1) roles of microtubules and microtubule-associated proteins in organization of interphase cytoplasm and (2) roles of microtubules in pancreatic beta cell physiology, insulin secretion, and etiology of type 2 diabetes. Visit out lab webpage to learn more about us and about specific research projects (https://lab.vanderbilt.edu/kaverina-lab/).
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