Postdoctoral Associate 3D Nucleome
The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine is looking for a postdoctoral fellow or (Associate) Research Scientist to help apply cutting-age technologies for comprehensive mapping of 3D genome organizations in human and mouse cells, and to uncover the molecular mechanisms that control important genome functional modulation including gene transcription regulation. The incumbent will be involved in strategic discussions, technological development, experimental implementation, and data analysis/ interpretation. The role will involve significant interaction and collaboration within The Jackson Laboratory as well as with external partners, particularly within the 4DN and ENCODE consortia. This position offers great growth opportunity to contribute both in novel technology development and advanced genomic discoveries that have immediate relevance in genetics and clinical significance in an innovative and fast-paced team environment.
• PhD in genomics, genetics, molecular biology, and related areas
• Background in genomics, epigenomics, and/or chromatin biology
• Solid experience with advanced molecular biology techniques
• Solid publication track record is an asset
• Experience with microfluidics and single cell analysis are desirable