If you want to work in a fatastic team and know a thing or two about the actin cytoskeleton, adhesion signalling and cancer oncogenes, then please apply! Take a look at the post description here. You can apply by visiting the open vacancies page at the University of Turku! Select Post ID 9864.
Megan has joined us as a postdoc from Manchester, UK. She spent 10 days in quarantine when she arrived in Turku. A tough thing to do in a new place. Hopefully, the rest of your postdoc will be easier! Welcome to the lab!
A big thanks to Siiri’s opponent Pirta Hotulainen from the Minerva Foundation Institute for Medical Research, University of Helsinki for joining us in person. It was a great discussion and now Siiri is off to the UK for her first postdoc! Good luck Siiri, you are going to be dearly missed!
It was the first time we did this over zoom. After a few small techincal hiccups, everything went smoothly! So proud of you Johanna and thanks for the after party in sunny Ruissalo! Also a big thanks to her opponent Tuomas Tammela from the Weill Cornell Medical College, NY, USA for the lively debate.
Thanks to the FinELib consortium (Finnish universities, research institutions and public libraries) we have been able to make our most recent publication in Nano Letters open access! “Fluctuation-Based Super-Resolution Traction Force Microscopy”
What a great initiative! We hope you enjoy reading the paper!
Thanks to everyone who applied to our two postdoc positions! We had a lot of applications and will get back to you shortly! Please bear with us.