We have an opening for a postdoc:
We are looking to recruit a postdoctoral researcher to investigate the roles of noncoding RNAs as well as novel mRNA splice variants in modulating brain pathophysiology in ischemic stroke. We primarily use rodent models and mammalian cell culture, and a wide array of techniques such as deep sequencing, real-time PCR, reporter assays, immunoblotting, IHC/ICC, RIP, ChIP, FISH, gene knockdown, and bioinformatics.
We seek a self-motivated and creative individual who is proficient in the theoretical and practical aspects of molecular biology, biochemistry and cell biology. A background in RNA biology is a big plus, and experience with rodent models of stroke (especially MCAO surgery) is highly desirable, but not required; however, the candidate should be willing to learn the MCAO surgical technique for which training will be provided in the lab. In addition to the tools and training provided in the lab, we highly encourage lab personnel to explore and introduce new techniques to the lab as needed to tackle the research questions at hand.
What we Offer:
We are an NIH-funded lab with a stimulating and supportive scientific environment and modern facilities and instrumentation. We aim to provide every lab member with focused mentoring, and training opportunities to develop grant/fellowship applications as part of their career development plan.
Salary is commensurate with experience as per NIH guidelines and competitive benefits are provided, including healthcare insurance, paid time off, and more.
Education and Training:
A Ph.D. in neuroscience, molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology or a related field is required.
Please email a CV, a brief statement of interest (can be included as a paragraph in the email), and contact information for three references to Dr. Ashutosh Dharap, ashutosh.dharap at hmhn.org