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If you are interested in joining the Development and Transcriptional Control group, located at the London Institute of Medical Sciences (LMS) at Imperial College London, contact us to discuss your interests and explore opportunities to join our team!
Email enquiries are welcome from applicants wishing to apply for postdoctoral fellowship opportunities related to the group’s core interests.
Applicants are encouraged to check the deadlines for submission and eligibility criteria for further details prior to getting in touch.
PhD Studentships at Imperial College London
Enquiries are welcome from students wishing to undertake a PhD. These positions would suit applicants interested in developing expertise in stem cell technologies, molecular biology and mouse genetics. For further details of the PhD programme, including entry requirements and application due dates, see below:
Neda obtained her BSc in Biology from Iran. She then moved to London where she undertook an MSc in Molecular Medicine at UCL. She continued her scientific career working as a Research Assistant at the UCL-Institute of Child Health and at the National Institute for Medical Research (now part of The Francis Crick Institute). During these years she developed expertise in neural tube and pituitary gland development, working with James Briscoe and Juan Pedro Martinez-Barbera. She was supported by a Diabetes UK grant to pursue her PhD at Imperial College London. Her work focused on the roles of two GWAS genes linked to type 2 diabetes in the control of glucose homeostasis. Neda joined the Metzis Lab in 2020 as a Research Associate to study the molecular mechanisms regulating cell identity and neuroaxis development.
Email: NEDA MOUSAVY
Julia will join the Metzis Lab at Imperial College London as a PhD student in October 2020. She obtained a BSc in Biology from the the University of Bristol in 2019. She is currently completing an MPhil in Genetics at the University of Cambridge in the Ferguson-Smith Lab, studying the epigenetic regulation of the mammary gland. She is funded by the President’s PhD Scholarship.
Email: JULIA NEEDHAM
Vicki Metzis is a developmental biologist. She obtained her PhD from the University of Queensland, working with Carol Wicking at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience in Brisbane. Here, she developed an interest in mouse genetics and in vitro approaches to study gene regulatory networks.
Vicki then undertook postdoctoral training in the lab of James Briscoe at the Francis Crick Institute, where she developed expertise in the use of embryonic stem cells to model cell fate decisions, combining experimental and computational approaches.
In 2020, Vicki moved to Imperial College London to establish her own research group, which studies the molecular mechanisms that control cell identity in the developing nervous system. Vicki is a Sir Henry Dale Fellow supported by Wellcome and The Royal Society.
Email: VICKI METZIS