1) A staff research Professional position is available to a highly motivated Ph.D. graduate in the field of blood stem cells and blood disorders/Cancer.
2) The position will entail projects pertaining to the elucidation of mechanisms underlying development of blood malignancies as well as normal blood stem cell differentiation into erythroid cells.
3) The projects are focused on using human cellular models and primary human cells, but will use mouse models as well.
4) The projects will be related to the recently published work from the laboratory trans (PNAS, 2015; Cancer Discovery, 2019, Clinical Cancer Res , 2019). Â
1) The candidate will be expected to follow scientific literature in the field,.
2) Design and execute experiments.
3) Possess excellent communications and presentation skills.
4) Must be a team player but also work independently with minimal supervision.
1) PhD in life sciences or chemistry
1) 2-5 years postdoctoral experience in molecular biology, biochemistry, mammalian cell culture, flow cytometry and assay development.Â
2) DNA/RNA seq analysis, bioinformatics knowledge, techniques in epigenetic research methods and working with mouse models a plus.
2) Cover letter
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