Postdoc Positions Available @Yale to Study the Noncoding Genome and Cancer Immunology

Postdoc Positions Available @Yale to Study the Noncoding Genome and Cancer Immunology

Yale University School of Medicine

New Haven, CT, United States

Two postdoctoral positions are available in Dr. Jun Lu’s laboratory at Yale University School of Medicine. One of the position is to conduct studies in the exciting field of noncoding genome, with a goal of systematically studying functional noncoding elements and epigenetic regulation in the genome, using novel CRISPR-based technologies. The second position is in the area of cancer immunology, to reveal new pathways in cancer and immune cell cross-talks, focusing on epigenetic-enzyme-mediated regulation. Located in the state-of-the-art Yale Stem Cell Center, the Lu laboratory studies non-coding and epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation in hematopoietic and immune cells. We utilize multidisciplinary tools including mouse models, functional genomics, biochemistry, single-cell genomics, and cell biology approaches such as live-cell and super-resolution imaging. Postdocs will receive training on research, research management, mentoring, grant writing and career development. Candidates with strong backgrounds in molecular biology, epigenetics, immunology or hematology are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants with a Ph.D., M.D. or expecting such a degree in the next year should submit curriculum vitae and names of three references to Dr. Jun Lu (jun.lu@yale.edu). Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and members of minority groups.

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Postdoc Positions Available @Yale to Study the Noncoding Genome and Cancer Immunology