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Here you will find a collection of news, features and opportunities for and about College of Biological Sciences postdoctoral appointments.

Big Insights From Blind Fish

Grand Challenges team integrates genomic techniques to reveal mechanisms of adaptation in Mexican cave fish populations.

Peter Tiffin, Courtney Passow, Suzanne McGaugh

From left: Peter Tiffin, Courtney Passow, Suzanne McGaugh

Getting to the Y

This Grand Challenges in Biology research team looks to develop a clearer picture of sex chromosome evolution, key to a better understanding of chromosomal disorders.
 

Brandvain, Zarkower, Blackmon
From left: Yaniv Brandvain, David Zarkower, Heath Blackmon

CBS People: Meet Max Kramer

This postdoctoral associate in the Department of Biology Teaching and Learning came full circle back to the Twin Cities.
 

Max Kramer

You grew up in St. Paul. Where did you get your undergraduate and graduate degrees?

I received my undergraduate BA from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR, and my Ph.D. from New York University in New York City.

25th Annual Developmental Biology Symposium

2016 DBC Symposium | The View Ahead: New Approaches in Developmental Biology

Monday, September 26, 2016 • Coffman Memorial Union

Featured speakers include:

Benjamin Garcia, University of Pennsylvania • Laura Johnston, Columbia University • Stanley Qi, Stanford University • John Postlethwait, University of Oregon • Rahul Satija, New York University • Edgar Spalding, University of Wisconsi

25th Annual Developmental Biology Symposium

2016 DBC Symposium | The View Ahead: New Approaches in Developmental Biology

Monday, September 26, 2016 • Coffman Memorial Union

Featured speakers include:

Benjamin Garcia, University of Pennsylvania • Laura Johnston, Columbia University • Stanley Qi, Stanford University • John Postlethwait, University of Oregon • Rahul Satija, New York University • Edgar Spalding, University of Wisconsi

Changing Landscapes Are Changing Waters

Grand Challenges team works to understand how human modifications to land affect aquatic ecosystems across the planet.
 

Cody Sheik, Will Harcombe, Jim Cotner, Mindy Morales
Clockwise from left: Cody Sheik, Will Harcombe, Jim Cotner, Mindy Morales 

Solving the P Paradox

A group of researchers is working on a potentially game-changing approach to capturing and repurposing phosphate, a critical nutrient and notorious pollutant.
 

Bo Hu, Vanessa Pegos, Mikael Elias