Analysis of long non coding RNAs in cartilage formation and homeostasis
Employer – Shriners Hospitals for Children Portland, Oregon
Location – Shriners Hospital for Children, Portland, Oregon
Salary – Salary will be based on the current NIH guidelines for postdoctoral salaries
Posted – July 17 2017
Discipline – Life Sciences, Health Sciences, Regenerative Medicine
Position Type – Full Time
Organization Type – Academia
Job Type – Postdoc
Shriners Hospitals for Children Portland is seeking a postdoctoral investigator to explore the functions of several newly identified long non coding RNAs.
The position is funded by a Shriners Basic Science Grant. Salary and benefits will follow current NIH guidelines for postdoctoral researchers. The selected applicant will also be eligible to apply for an independently funded Shriners Hospital Postdoctoral fellowship which provides support for salary, travel to a meeting, and supplies for up to three years pending competitive renewal.
Preference will be given to applicants with strong and demonstrated experience in the performance of ChIP-seq approaches and the bioinformatic analysis of ChIP-seq data sets. Applicants must be comfortable working with mice including euthanasia, dissection and preparation of chromatin and RNA samples from embryonic and adult mouse skeletal tissues.
- A recent doctorate in genetics, developmental biology, or biochemistry.
- Pre-approved work status in the United States
- Excellent analytical, data analysis, writing, and presentation skills.
The selected individual will have the opportunity to present research findings at the University level and at international meetings. The Portland Shriners Hospitals for Children is located on the Oregon Health & Science University campus, providing an excellent environment for new investigators.
Shriners Hospitals for Children is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to providing challenging and rewarding careers in an environment based on our corporate values – excellence, innovation, commitment, integrity, teamwork and stewardship and respect
Interested individuals should send their CV and the contact information for three references to:
H. Scott Stadler Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org)