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Postdoctoral Researcher Positions on Small RNA Biology

Posted by: Thomas Jefferson University

Posted date: Nov-29-2016

Location: Philadelphia

Multiple postdoctoral researcher positions are available in the lab of Dr. Yohei Kirino at Computational Medicine Center (CMC)/Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Thomas Jefferson University (TJU). We study the biogenesis pathway and function of small non-coding RNAs in the pathogenesis of various human diseases such as breast/prostate cancers and asthma (e.g., hormone-dependent tRNA-derived RNAs: PNAS 2015) by utilizing originally-developed RNA sequencing/quantification methods (e.g., cP-RNA-seq: Nat Protoc 2016; Dumbbell-PCR: NAR 2015; FL-PCR: RNA Biol 2015). For more information about the Kirino lab, please see the websites at http://www.jefferson.edu/university/research/researcher /researcher-faculty/kirino-laboratory.ht ml  and https://cm.jefferson.edu/staff-members/yohei-kirino/.   

Energetic, inquisitive, and highly-motivated individuals with strong background in RNA biology and/or molecular/cell biology are awaited. Applicants should have a Ph. D. degree, a productive track record, and a high writing and communication skills. The successful applicant will have a unique opportunity to work in close collaboration within CMC (https://cm.jefferson.edu/) and with other research groups in TJU and UPENN.  

Applicants should send 1) a cover letter with a description of past research experience, 2) CV, 3) a statement of research interests and career goals, and 4) contact information of 3 references to Dr. Yohei Kirino at Yohei.Kirino(at)jefferson.edu.   

Job Title Postdoctoral Researcher Positions on Small RNA Biology
Post Details
Email Yohei.Kirino(at)jefferson.edu
Employer's Website www.jefferson.edu
Job Discipline Job Discipline -> Biology
Job Classification Job Classification -> Postdoctoral Researcher
Job Type Job Type -> Full-time
Location Philadelphia
Key Words Small RNA, Non-coding RNA, Cancer, Asthma
Start Date January to April, 2017