Department/Area: Kota Lab/Department of Oral Medicine, Infection, and Immunity
Kota Laboratory at Harvard School of Dental Medicine is seeking a postdoctoral candidate to study gene expression and epigenetic regulation of skeletal diseases. Projects will be focused on understanding the regulation of gene expression in ES cells, MSCs and mouse models of skeletal diseases.
PhD (or about to be awarded) in molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry or a relevant field.
Relevant background and demonstrated ability in Cell biology techniques (including culture, maintenanceof primary cells, transient and stable transfection etc), Molecular biological techniques (DNA/RNA, proteinextraction and purification, standard and quantitative PCR, western blot etc) along with experience inmouse colony management are required. Successful candidate will be expected to work independentlyon multiple projects simultaneously and must have excellent communication skills with strong attentionto detail.
Dr. Satya Kota HSDM
188 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
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Interested candidates can send CV, a brief description of research experience, and contact details of 2 references to: Dr. Satya Kota by email: email@example.com
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