We are hiring! We have 1-2 positions available at the postdoc level. The overarching goal of our group is to understand the role of chromatin dynamics in the establishment and maintenance of developmental gene expression programs. Experimental approaches include classical cell and molecular biology techniques, Next-Gen sequencing techniques (e.g., ChIP-seq, scRNA-seq, ATAC-seq), computational analysis, and genetic manipulation of mice. Candidates must have a strong background in biochemistry, molecular biology, and/or genomics and first-author publication/pre-print. Experience with chromatin biology, embryonic stem cell culture and/or early mouse embryology preferred. We especially value motivated, creative, and collaborative team members. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter containing a summary of their prior work and a short paragraph of research interests along with a CV with information for 3 references as a single pdf.
We are always interested in having new graduate students in the lab! Please contact Laura about possible rotation projects.