Dyce Laboratory at Auburn University

Welcome to the Dyce Lab. Focusing on the research of reproductive biology.

About Us

Current Opportunities

Looking for Grad Students and/or Post Doctoral Researchers. Read more below.

Current Research Focus

The lab’s research focuses on several key areas:

  • Studying the ability of fetal porcine and postnatal mouse skin isolated stem cells to form germ cells under various in vitro culture conditions. The ability of stem cells to form germ cells in vitro opens up many possibilities to study germ cell formation under controlled in vitro conditions.
  • I am also interested in the exploration of intra-ovarian signaling pathways required for normal oocyte/embryo development within livestock species. This has the potential to improve in vitro oocyte techniques such as growth, maturation, and cryopreservation within agriculturally relevant species.
  • Develop molecular methods to improve heifer and gilt selection for reproductive potential in order to improve the productivity and efficiency of these valuable agriculture sectors.

Current Assistant Opportunities

Graduate Students

We are currently looking for motivated graduate students at the MSc and PhD levels looking to join our research team. Research in the lab currently covers germ cell development, stem cell biology, and biomarker identification within agriculturally relevant species. If you are interested in enhancing your training within the scope of our lab we would like to hear from you.

Post Doctoral Researcher

We are currently looking for an experienced postdoctoral researcher, with training in reproductive biology and molecular biology, to join our team.  If you are an enthusiastic and motivated researcher, seeking enhanced training within the scope of our lab, we would like to hear from you.

 If you are interested in joining our lab please send an email to Dr. Paul Dyce.

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Contact

Paul Dyce
Assistant Professor
295 Upchurch Hall
Auburn Univ, AL 36849
(334) 844-1840
pwd0003@auburn.edu

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