Postdoc for Multigenomic Approaches to Analyse Heterogeneity in AML
We are looking for a highly motivated and ambitious experimental biologist to join our research team at the Department of Molecular Biology of the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS) (Faculty of Science, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands). Our ambitious and world-renowned research team participates in an international project aiming at 'Defeating Recurrence and Resistance in AML: Multigenomic Approaches to Analyse Heterogeneity'. The project is a close collaboration with teams from Germany, Italy, France and Spain.
You will be employed on the basis of an ERA-NET grant, be part of a dedicated team of molecular biologists and bioinformaticians, and collaborate with world-renowned cancer specialists. Our contribution to the project is the epigenetic characterisation of cancer heterogeneity using next-generation sequencing, single-cell RNA-seq and CRISPR screens. The department has a strong bioinformatic team with whom you will closely interact. You will have the opportunity to develop novel ideas and work on an independent project that aligns with our research interests. - a PhD in molecular or cellular biology, molecular life sciences or related field;
- experience with the generation and analysis of next-generation sequencing approaches (RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, ATAC-seq, and single-cell RNA-seq);
- excellent communication skills in written and spoken English;
- strong analytical skills, a problem-solving and result-oriented attitude;
- the ability to work and interact with others in an energetic and supportive research group.
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