The position will require the candidate to have expertise in biochemical assays for the discovery of proteins or RNAs that interact with a number of nuclear and cytoplasmic
lncRNAs found through RNA-seq of human vascular cells treated under a variety of conditions. The sponsor’s lab, located in brand new space within the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Cardiovascular Research Institute (see http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/cvri/ ), is well funded and has many projects related to lncRNAs and the emerging CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing system. Applicants should be highly motivated with a goal of developing an independent research program for faculty-hood. Applicants should submit their CV, 2 letters of reference and a brief synopsis of their research interests and skills to email@example.com
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