Nationality: International Students
Application deadlines: Fall 2022
Projects available involve the functional validation of existing gene candidates or the de novo identification of novel polymorphic variants. Engagement in additional genomic projects is also possible.
The position requires a PhD in genetics/genomics or a related field with expertise in advanced molecular biology techniques. Attention to detail; patience in the operation of delicate and highly sophisticated equipment and developing technology; strong organizational skills; and the ability to read and follow operating manuals and procedures. The individual must be able to perform detailed and tedious work that requires the organization and must be physically capable of performing routine maintenance on all instrumentation involving highly delicate instrumentation that requires considerable dexterity, visual acuity, and a steady hand. The position also requires the ability to read the scientific literature and follow and develop research protocols.
Genetics/Genomics or Molecular Biology
- The ideal candidate should have experience in at least two of the following: a. To work with experimental rodents, b. To perform molecular biology experiments or c. To analyze Genomic data.
- Preferred candidates with a focus on genomic studies, some background in population genetics and analysis of data retrieved from the public domain.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and a CV including a publication list and the contact information of references to [email protected]