Two Postdoc Positions in Structural Biology and Cancer Epigenetics
Postdoctoral positions are available to study mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance and cancer epigenetics at Columbia University's Institute for Cancer Genetics.
One position involves Structural and Functional Studies on Protein Complexes involved in Nucleosome Assembly using the Cryo-EM. Columbia University has a world class Cryo-EM center. Candidates with a strong background in Protein Purification and Structural Determination are strongly encouraged to apply.
One position is to study Cancer Epigenetics using brain tumors as a model. Candidates who have a solid background in Cancer Biology and Molecular Biology are preferred for this position.
Interested candidates should apply online and/or email CV and names of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal Number: 6313
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