Website St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The Ideal Candidate Will Have
- a PhD degree in Cell Biology, Chromatin Structure/Function, Epigenetics or related field
- a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience with cell biology methods including tissue culture (primary and immortalized cell lines), functional genomics methods (e.g., RNA-seq, CHIP-seq, 3C-based methods, etc.), and confocal fluorescence microscopy and quantitative image analysis of cells. Experience with gene editing is desired.
- project management experience
- scientific writing experience
- excellent organizational and communication skills
- prior experience with biomolecular condensates is highly desired, as also is experience with cellular models of cancer
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- A Ph.D. in an appropriate scientific field is required
- A minimum of five (5) years of relevant and productive (combined) years postdoctoral research associate or five (5) years of combined academic experience at the postdoctoral level or above.
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