We am very excited to move to COS and join its vibrant community. We have a shared interest in the study of organismal biology across the boundaries of biological levels of organization.
There will be new #postdoc and #PhD openings, if you are interested to work with us, please get in touch. Possible topics include #Platynereis neurobiology, eye #evolution, #connectomics, the behaviour of ciliated #larvae etc. You can work on a growing selection of organisms kept in the lab, including Platynereis (still our no. 1), #Trichoplax, #Nematostella or join more exotic projects investigating hard-to-culture marine animals including polyclads, hemichordates or amphioxus.
@florianjug Thanks Florian! We are happy about it, and hopefully we will enjoy the new life HD can offer!
@graemewinter This cute Platynereis worm?
Check out the bobbit worm for real nightmare fuel:
@jekely Great news, congratulations, it will be fun to see what you and your group do next. Heidelberg is a lovely city as well!
@davi Thank you Davi! We hope to be able to build some new research lines and collaborations in beautiful Heidelberg! An amazing place for science.
@jekely What a loss for UK science Gaspar but what a win for Germany! Sounds like an amazing opportunity- looking forward to hearing more at Il Ciocco!
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