The laboratory of Graeme Mardon at Baylor College of Medicine is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral fellow in molecular genetics for a project using genome-wide analyses to understand molecular mechanisms of retinal development in Drosophila. For a brief description of the range of projects ongoing in the laboratory, please visit:
The fellow will use state-of-the-art ChIP-Seq and RNA-Seq technology to investigate mechanisms of retinal development and will focus on the transition of cells from a determined to a differentiating state. Facilities and resources to conduct this work are outstanding and funding to complete this work is already in place. This fellowship does not require teaching. The applicant should have a strong background in Drosophila genetics and molecular biology.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. and be able to start no later than June 1, 2011. In addition, applicants must be either a US citizen or green card holder in order to be training grant eligible. Finally, applicants must have at least one first-author paper published in a peer-reviewed journal.
Applications should be received by April 30, 2011. Applications should include a description of your research experience and career goals, a CV describing your education, publications, and contact information of 3 academic references.
Please email these documents to
gmardon from bcm.edu
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