New York University School of Medicine
New York City, NY
Life Sciences, Cancer Research, Genomics, Chromosome architecture, Gene regulation, Molecular Biology, Bioengineer
Project: The Skok lab is looking for two wet lab postdocs to work on analyzing (i) the impact of two histone 1 variants on chromosome architecture and gene regulation, and (2) the contribution of alterations to chromatin folding during the emergence of drug tolerant persisters in HER2+ breast cancer cells. Candidates should have knowledge of chromatin biology and experience in chromosome conformation capture and HiChIP, CRISPR, Mass Spec, as well as NGS techniques (ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, ATAC-seq). The candidates are expected to establish independent research projects and to generate high impact publications, which should provide the postdoctoral fellows with an excellent opportunity for further career development in academia or pharmaceutical companies.
To be considered, please submit a C.V., cover letter and names of 3 references to Anupama Verma: anupama.verma @nyulangone.org