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CELLULAR AGING AND TISSUE HOMEOSTASIS
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow for a position in the Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology. Tissue homeostasis requires a precise balance between the production of new cells and the elimination of old or damaged cells. The midgut of the fly Drosophila melanogaster is an important and well-studied model system for understanding tissue homeostasis during aging, and it shows many similarities to the human intestine. The project will incorporate a range of experimental cell biological, bioinformatics, genetics and biochemical approaches to advance our understanding how organism’s genetic information contributes to its aging. We aim to unravel the underlying linkages between age-related changes in gene expression within the intestine and physiolo


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