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Understanding Maternal-Fetal Interactions using 3D Imaging

The Arora Lab (www.aroralab.com) is seeking enthusiastic and creative undergraduate students to assist in projects focusing on mechanisms underlying changes in the 3D structure of the uterus promoting embryo attachment.

The Arora lab uses classic developmental biology and embryology methods, surgical techniques, mouse genetics, gene expression analysis and laser-scanning confocal microscopy complemented by 3D image analysis and computational modeling approaches. Our lab is located in the Institute for Quantitative Health and Engineering (IQ).

Qualifications

Students who are interested in learning either - a) basic biology techniques including PCRs, immunofluorescence, RNA detection and microscopy or b) how to apply mathematical modeling or computational image analysis to understand biological questions are encouraged to apply.

For More information: aroralab.com/

Project Coordinator

Ripla Arora ( ripla )
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Posted: 18-12-14
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Compensation: 1 Credits
Start Date: 18-12-14
End Date: 19-01-14

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