How to Apply
Interested applicants should email their current CV, a cover letter describing their research interests, accomplishments and career plans and contact information for 3 academic references to Dr. Carlos Aguilar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are a team of creative scientists and engineers who are interested in pursuing fundamentally innovative ideas in skeletal muscle, with a focus on muscle stem cells. We are currently recruiting a highly talented and ambitious postdoctoral fellow to join our laboratory.
- Ph.D in life sciences, engineering or related field
- Excellent communication skills and fluency in English is required
- Experience with animal models and small animal surgeries on muscle is required
- Sequencing analysis such as single-cell RNA sequencing or bulk RNA-sequencing is a plus
- Use of CRISPR systems and/or gene editing techniques is a plus
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