Opportunity Details

Department of Developmental Biology

Developmental Biology


Commensurate w/Experience

Research Track Faculty Position in Developmental Biology

Dr. Helen McNeill, a well-established BJC Investigator in the Department of Developmental Biology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, invites applications at the level of instructor and above for a research track faculty position.  Our laboratory studies the role of Fat cadherins  in Hippo pathway-regulated growth control, planar cell polarity (PCP) tissue organization and metabolism. A second research area is to determine the function of Nemp1, a nuclear envelope protein, in female fertility. We work with both mice and flies to address these questions.


This is a long-term and essential position in a well-funded laboratory at a top academic institution. This function comes with room for scientific growth and offers a competitive salary.  For more information about the lab, please visit https://mcneilllab.wustl.edu/


Review of applications starts immediately. Interested applicants are required to submit their cover letter, curriculum vitae, and summary of their research accomplishments and plans.



Helen McNeill



No end date

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