Our colleague Vicent Pelechano is looking for a postdoc in Genomics/Computational Biology to join his team at Karolinska Institutet – SciLifeLab.
The available postdoctoral position concerns developing and applying novel genomic and computational approaches to study ribosome dynamics and RNA metabolism, and its impact to cell-to-cell phenotypic heterogeneity. The candidate will focus on the computational analysis of newly developed methods to study ribosome dynamics, mRNA degradation and tRNA processing (e.g. Pelechano et al. Cell 2015). The candidate is expected to contribute to our common goal of understanding how RNA biology and post-transcriptional regulation contributes to the appearance of differences across clonal populations of cells.
The application deadline is October 2nd and you can find more information about this job here: http://pelechanolab.com/2017/06/21/postdoctoral-stipend-in-genomics-computational-biology/
Are you interested in our work? The deadline for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie or Wellcome Trust Henry Dale is getting closer. If you are interested in exploring these funding opportunities with us, drop us an email!.
Our collaborators in the Pelechano lab (Karolinska Institutet) are seeking for a postdoctoral fellow in RNA biology and genomics. The available postdoctoral position concerns developing and applying novel genomic approaches to study non-genetic heterogeneity in clonal population of cells. The candidate will focus on the study of translation regulation and its contribution to cell-to-cell variability in S. cerevisiae, with a special focus on ribosome dynamics, tRNA biology and post-transcriptional regulation. In a second stage the candidate will expand his/her work to the study of human cells. The candidate will perform original research in genomics, and acquire the required experimental and computational skills necessary for the completion of the project.
For the full information about this post visit the original job offer.
Our colleague Tim Nott offers a Wellcome Trust-funded postdoc position. The primary aim of the project is to understand the molecular basis and biochemical consequences of membraneless compartmentalisation in cells. The work will combine established methods of reconstituting membraneless organelles with the development of new biochemical assays and advanced microscopic imaging strategies.
Details of the post and how to apply can be found here:
The closing date for applications is 22 February 2017.
Two postdoctoral positions are available early 2017 in the laboratory of our collaborator Lidia Vasiljeva, who is funded by Senior Research Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust. Her lab is at the Department of Biochemistry, which is a part of the University of Oxford’s thriving scientific community. The Vasilieva lab is located in a new building providing interactive environment and various top class research facilities.
They are looking for highly motivated candidates with an interest in gene regulation in yeast and mammalian cells. The proposed projects will utilize state-of-the-art biochemistry and structural approaches combined with the functional genome-wide analysis to understand how transcription factors and chromatin modifiers regulate transcription of protein-coding and non-coding genesis in yeast and mammalian cells. The structural study will be done as a part of existing productive collaboration with Jonathan Grimes laboratory at STRUBi (Oxford). Candidates trained in protein purification, RNA analysis, and mammalian cell culture are encouraged to apply. Basic knowledge of bioinformatics is beneficial. Applicants should have or will shortly obtain a PhD and are expected to be highly motivated, with excellent critical thinking skills and with good communication skills and have the ability to work as part of a team.
Interested applicant should contact Dr Lidia Vasilieva directly:
Dr. Lidia Vasiljeva: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lab web site: http://www.bioch.ox.ac.uk/aspsite/index.asp?pageid=675