Date Posted: Mar 6, 2018
A postdoctoral fellow position is immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Bin Wang in the Department of Genetics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center at Houston. The goal of our research is to understand how cells respond to DNA damage and safeguard the integrity of the genome. The candidate will be involved in a research project to understand how chromatin ubiquitin modification is regulated at DNA damage sites (Paul and Wang, 2017, Mol Cell 66:458-72). We use molecular, genetic, proteomic, and functional genomic approaches such as gene knockout, genetic screen, mass spectrometry, and high-throughput sequencing.
Highly motivated candidates with a recent Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. are encouraged to apply. Candidates with first-author publication(s) and strong laboratory skills in molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry will be considered. The qualified candidates are expected to be capable of independent, creative thinking, with good written and oral communication skills. Applicants should send their CV with bibliography, contact information and three references to Dr. Bin Wang: firstname.lastname@example.org
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