The Gresham Lab at NYU’s Department of Biology is looking for a highly motivated and independent individual to work as a Junior Laboratory Associate.
This position is for a trainee preparing for a research path. It will provide development of technical skills; supervision by senior scientists incorporating individual development plan in support of training goals and those of faculty mentors. Publication of research findings during appointment period is possible. The laboratory associate will contribute to existing projects on the effect of copy number variation on gene expression, the construction of gene regulatory networks using high single cell RNA sequencing, and the dynamics of adaptive evolution.
Projects in the Gresham lab are focused on genomics of gene expression and adaptive evolution.
The ideal candidate will hold at least a bachelor's degree, and have some prior research experience in a biology lab. Prior experience with microbiology and molecular biology is essential. Experience with data analysis using R is strongly preferred. The successful candidate will be expected to carry out research tasks independently, and work well with others.
Please upload your application materials via Interfolio. Include the following items: 1) CV including a list of publications; 2) a short summary of your present and future research interests; 3) a list of three references and their contact information.
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