Designation/Position- Postdoctoral Position
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Genetics, New York, United States invites application for postdoctoral position on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Postdoctoral Position in Epigenomics of Stem Cells.
About- Job description- Among the top tier of the nation’s medical schools to receive NIH funding, Albert Einstein College of Medicine offers a highly interactive and stimulating academic environment for scientists in training. Additionally, candidate’s research will benefit from the highly interactive environment within the Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, the Department of Genetics, Developmental and Molecular Biology, the Cancer Center and throughout the college. We are located in a pleasant residential area in the northeast corner of New York City with an easy commute to Manhattan and the suburbs of Westchester County. We offer competitive salary and benefit packages with optional housing on campus.
- Stem Cells
- Epigenetics & Post-Translational Modifications
- Cancer Research
Project Title- Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Postdoctoral Position in Epigenomics of Stem Cells
Location- Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Genetics, New York, United States
- D. or MD or equivalent degree
- Prior experience in bioinformatics and analysis of NGS data (mainly genome-wide analyses of DNA and histone modifications, gene expression profiling and high through put sequencing data such as RNA-seq and ChIP-seq) is an absolute requirement for this position.
- Prior experience with general molecular biology skills and tissue culture (or willingness to learn these skills) is preferred.
Job/Position Description- The Dawlaty Laboratory at the Genetics Department and the Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Research of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow with expertise in bioinformatics to study the epigenetic basis of gene expression in stem cells and cancer using next generation sequencing and systems biology approaches. Our research focuses on understanding the epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation in stem cells, development and cancer with an emphasis on the role of DNA modifying enzymes. We utilize embryonic stem cells, induced pluripotent stem cells and mice as model systems and combine bioinformatics, cellular and molecular approaches to study how DNA modifying enzymes (Tet enzymes) reshape the epigenome and regulate gene expression programs in development and cancer. For more details on our research see previous work (Dawlaty et al Cell Stem Cell 2011, Dawlaty et al Developmental Cell 2013, Dawlaty et al Developmental Cell 2014, Rudenko & Dawlaty et al Neuron 2013, Cimmino & Dawlaty et al Nature Immunology 2015).
How to Apply- To apply, please send your CV and a short cover letter summarizing your experience, along with the contact information of two references. Eligible and interested candidate can apply only.