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PLEASE NOTE: Applications for this position should consist of a single PDF file that includes a Cover Letter, CV and contact information for 3 references.
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow with in-depth knowledge and extensive skills in cellular and molecular biology to join a laboratory focused on discovery, design and development of bioactive compounds against innovative and challenging targets.
The candidates should demonstrate expertise in various lab techniques including cell culture and assays (cell proliferation assay, cell preparation for FACS, cell stable and transient transfection, use of siRNA and shRNA), preparation and analysis of DNA and RNA (preparation of plasmids, regular PCR and RT-PCR), ChiP and sequencing technologies, immunoblotting, biochemical assays (ELISA). Prior experience with in vivo animal models will be highly preferred, as well as experience in the field of drug discovery and elucidating molecular mechanisms of drug action. The research is interdisciplinary and will provide many opportunities for learning new skills and techniques. It is expected that the candidate has ability to work independently, collect and tabulate data, publish and present results, as well as to participate in the training of graduate students in a research laboratory setting
M.D. or Ph.D. in cellular and molecular biology. Experience in a research laboratory setting. Evidence of scholarly ability (record of publication in peer-reviewed journals, etc.)
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