The lab is now located at University of Virginia, where Dave has accepted an endowed chair as the Pratt-Ivy Foundation Distinguished Professor of Morphogenesis in the Departments of Biology and Cell Biology. The lab is fully equipped for microscopy and imaging, a wide range of methods in molecular biology and genomics, and advanced methods in mutagenesis and transgenesis of zebrafish and related species. With the move to UVa we are finally housed in a modern open floor plan laboratory building with friendly and interactive colleagues, and we have acquired new instrumentation for super-resolution imaging, as well as a larger, brand new fish room exclusively for our use. UVa has a long tradition of leadership in the areas of morphogenesis and developmental cell biology and we are excited to be a part of it!
Lab-dedicated microscopy and imaging resources include:
LSM 800 Airyscan
LSM 880 Fast Airyscan
Axio Observer spinning disk
Axio Zoom.V16 with Apotome II
Lab-dedicated fish and support facilities:
Besides great faculty and a great research environment, UVa's location in Charlottesville offers a high quality life style with great outdoor recreation, a terrific downtown mall and some of the best schools in the country, all close to Washington DC.
Charlottesville is also affordable. To match the purchasing power of a $50,000 post doc salary at UVa would require salaries of $62,500 in Seattle, $65,000 in Boston and $94,000 in Berkeley!
Department of Biology
University of Virginia
Physical and Life Sciences Building
Charlottesville VA 22904
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