Research groups of the Hubrecht Institute
Leading researchers from disparate fields
Research at the Hubrecht Institute focuses on developmental biology and stem cells at the organismal, cellular, and molecular level. A variety of biological processes are being studied, mainly concerning embryonic development and development and homeostasis of organs.
de Koning group
de Laat group
den Hertog group
van Oudenaarden group
van Rheenen group
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The group of Prof. Dr. Niels Geijsen and Dr. Richard Sherwood currently has a vacancy for a Postdoc full time (38 hours/week) To work on High-throughput genomic approaches to stem cell differentiation Description of the project: We seek a postdoctoral fellow to help lead a new program in CRISPR-based genomic screening in stem cells. Work in our lab focuses on using high-throughput genome editing approaches and computer modeling of resulting genomic data to understand how transcription factors dictate embryonic stem…
The Hubrecht Institute participates in the Cancer, Stem cells & Developmental biology* (CS&D) PhD program of Utrecht University. A large number of PhD students is trained at the institute to prepare them for their doctoral degree. An extensive number of courses is offered through the CS&D.