A post-doctoral fellowship is available in Todd Waldman's lab at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University School of Medicine to study the STAG2 tumor suppressor gene. Inactivating mutations in STAG2 are common in Ewing sarcoma, bladder cancer, myeloid leukemias, brain cancers, and other tumor types. STAG2 is a regulatory component of the cohesin complex, which is an engine for generating chromatin loops. However, how aberrant regulation of chromatin loop extrusion causes cancer is a complete and fascinating mystery. Requirements for the position include a strong publication record and substantial experience in molecular biology/cancer biology. Interested candidates should contact Todd Waldman at firstname.lastname@example.org, describe why you are interested, and include a cv.