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Opportunities for postdoctoral clinicians to consolidate their research experience.
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Journal Article: eLifeYear Published: (2016) Volume Number: 5, Article Number: e14216
Journal Article: DevelopmentYear Published: (2012) Volume Number: 139, Article Number: 1718-1723
Journal Article: PLoS GeneticsYear Published: (2012) Volume Number: 8, Article Number: e1003067
Journal Article: Annals of OncologyYear Published: (2015) Volume Number: 26, Article Number: 2464-2469
Journal Article: European Journal of Clinical InvestigationYear Published: (2011) Volume Number: 41, Article Number: 907-916
The Crick is a distinctive biomedical research institute. We are located in London, but our vision is UK-wide and relevant world-wide.
Our research focuses on the biology of epithelial stem cells and its future clinical translation, especially in the context of tissue engineering for organ reconstruction.
The Francis Crick Institute is a registered charity governed by our Board of Trustees.
We study mechanisms by which cells sense oxygen levels to direct a range of adaptive responses that are important in cancer, cardiovascular and metabolic disease.