Available Position for Postdoctoral Fellow
The Impact of Chromatin Architecture on Gene Regulation in Normal and Cancer Cells
Exciting opportunity to join Jane Skok’s lab At New York University School of Medicine. We are looking for a highly motivated wet lab postdoc to work on exploring the impact of chromatin architecture on gene regulation in the context of normal and cancer cells. The candidate should have experience in CRISPR and NGS techniques (chromosome conformation capture, or 3C; ChIP-seq; RNA-seq; and ATAC-seq is preferred). The postdoc is expected to establish independent research projects and generate high-impact publications, which should provide fellows with an excellent opportunity for further career development in academia or pharmaceutical companies.
Learn more about the research projects in Dr. Skok’s laboratory[LH3] .https://skoklab.com
To be considered for this position, please submit a CV, a cover letter, and the names of three references to Dr. Skok at email@example.com and lab manager Fara Faye Regis firstname.lastname@example.org.