Post-doctoral positions (2) are available in the laboratory of Dr. Kavitha Sarma at the Wistar Institute and a member of the Penn Epigenetics Institute. Candidates must be highly motivated, enthusiastic, and interactive scientists with interests in gene regulation, chromatin biology, and epigenetics. Candidates must have a strong background in molecular biology and protein biochemistry. Experience with handling human and mouse stem cells and neuronal cultures is preferred, but not required.
Candidates should have a PhD (or equivalent) degree or be close to obtaining their doctoral degree and must have at least one first author peer reviewed publication. Application must include the following documents:
- A CV including a list of publications, manuscripts in preparation, and technical skills;
- One-page cover letter stating his/her career goals and reasons for scientific interest in the lab;
- Names and contact information for at least 3 references to ksarma@Wistar.org.
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