The Hubrecht Institute
The Hubrecht Institute is research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), situated on Utrecht Science Park "The Uithof" of the largest university in the Netherlands (Utrecht). Research focuses on developmental and stem cell biology.
The Hubrecht Institute is led by a board of directors, consisting of Prof. Alexander van Oudenaarden (director), Prof. Jeroen den Hertog ( deputy director research) and Dr. Mariëtte Oosterwegel (managing director). Presently there are 19 research groups with a total of about 220 employees.
For any press information please contact Mariëtte Oosterwegel: m.oosterwegel[at]hubrecht.eu
- P.O. Box 85164
- 3508 AD UTRECHT
- The Netherlands
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Birth of Ambrosius Arnold Willem Hubrecht
Foundation of the Hubrecht Laboratorium
Moving to the "Uithof"
100 years Hubrecht Institute
"The mission of the Hubrecht Institute is to perform cutting-edge research in developmental biology and stem cell research"
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The group of Dr. Jop kind currently has a vacancy for a Postdoc Bioinformatician full time (38 hours/week) To work on Single-cell epigenetics and nuclear architecture Description of the project: The group of Jop Kind is pioneering single-cell epigenetics. A recent publication (Kind Cell 2015) uses single-cell DamID to map the interactions between DNA and the nuclear lamina. The projects currently running in the lab extend on this technique, in order to uncover the regulation of gene expression and other molecular…
The group of Prof. Dr. Wouter de Laat currently has a vacancy for a Technician full time (38 hours/week) To work on Genetic modifiers of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Description of the project: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as motor neuron disease) is a rapidly progressive, invariably fatal neurological disease that attacks the nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscles. In a close collaboration between the research groups of Prof. Jan Veldink (UMC Utrecht) and Prof. Wouter de Laat…