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Biogenesis, Function and Turnover of Noncoding RNAsPosted by: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Posted date: 2019-Jan-25
The Wolin laboratory has moved to the National Cancer Institute in Frederick, Maryland as part of a major new initiative in RNA Biology.
A fully funded postdoctoral position is available in the areas of noncoding RNA function, noncoding RNA surveillance pathways and the mechanisms by which defects in RNA decay pathways contribute to diseases such as cancer and autoimmunity. A more complete description of our science can be found at https://ccr.cancer.gov/RNA-Biology-Laboratory/sandra-l-wolin
Our group is part of the newly formed RNA Biology Laboratory in the Center for Cancer Research. We are part of the Center of Cancer Research’s RNA Initiative, which includes more than 50 laboratories evenly split between the Frederick and Bethesda campuses of the National Cancer Institute. The environment is highly collaborative and collegial, with the ability to interact with a wide range of scientists and clinicians. The position is ideal for motivated candidates who are seeking additional training in RNA biology.Qualifications:
Candidates must have a Ph.D. and/or an M.D. and should have less than five years of postdoctoral experience. Candidates should also have significant experimental training in molecular biology, genetics or biochemistry, as evidenced by publications.To Apply:
Please send a cover letter discussing your interests in the position, your CV and a list of 3 references and their contact information by email to Dr. Sandra Wolin (sandra.wolinnih.gov)
This position is subject to a background investigation. The NIH is dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and employment programs.