Postdoctoral Position to Study Cell Cycle and Transcriptional Regulation Using Single-cell Genomics

Postdoctoral Position to Study Cell Cycle and Transcriptional Regulation Using Single-cell Genomics

University of Southern Denmark

Odense M, Denmark

At the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, SDU we are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic experimental researcher to join our research team of molecular biologists and computational scientists studying ‘cell cycle and gene expression regulation using single-cell genomics’. The position has a flexible start date (1 February 2019 or thereafter).

Our research
The laboratory studies mechanisms involved in cell cycle control of stem cell specification and cell-fate decisions during embryonic development (see Natarajan et al. 2017 Curr Op Gen Dev; Kolodziejczyk et al. 2015 Cell Stem Cell; Tuck et al. 2018 Life Science Alliance; Buettner*, Natarajan* et al 2015 Nature Biotechnology). We analyse embryonic stem cells and transgenic mouse models, using high-throughput approaches that include single-cell imaging, single-cell genomics (transcriptomics, chromatin accessibility, multi-omics), Flow cytometry and CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing to identify new regulators and mechanisms controlling cell-fate decisions. We also analyse and develop experimental and computational methods for analyses of bulk, single-cell omics datasets (see Chen, Natarajan and Teichmann 2017 BioRxiv; Buettner*, Natarajan* et al 2015 Nature Biotechnology; Svensson*, Natarajan* et al 2017 Nature Methods), and part of SDU eScience centre. Additionally, we have a strong network of international experimental and computational collaborators.

Deadline: 31 January 2019.

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