BCM - Postdoctoral Fellow Position in Retinal Development and Disease
Postdoctoral Fellow Position in Retinal Development and Disease
Position Type: Scientific
Department: Pathology & Immunology
A postdoctoral position in developmental neurobiology is available immediately to study the molecular and genetic mechanisms of retinal development using the mouse and Drosophila as model systems at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Baylor has a large number of highly productive labs studying retinal development and function and provides an outstanding environment for cutting-edge research. Projects focus on molecular mechanisms of retinal disease gene function and include a rich and extensive set of single-cell RNA sequencing data from throughout Drosophila eye development and adults as well as mouse models of human retinal disease.
Please see some of our recent publications listed below for more information:
Researchers with strong interest in retinal development, genomics, and gene function are welcome to apply.
Expertise in any of the following areas is highly valued though not required:
- Drosophila genetics
- Mouse genetics
- Molecular biology
- Developmental biology
Highly motivated individuals who have recently obtained a Ph.D. with training in molecular biology and genetics should apply. Please send a CV, a list of publications, and three letters of reference (directly via e-mail from the referees) to:
Graeme Mardon, Ph.D.
James R. Davis Professor
Departments of Pathology and Immunology and Molecular and Human Genetics
One Baylor Plaza
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX 77030
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer. http://www.bcm.edu/careers