The Sidoli lab is looking for a motivated postdoctoral researcher to join our team at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York). We have exciting projects using state-of-the-art mass spectrometry, innovative cell culture models and unusual sample collecting methods (e.g. breath biopsies) to investigate chromatin state in health and disease.
Chromatin is DNA organized in a 3D structure mainly folded around proteins named histones. Maintaining a fine-tuned chromatin compaction is critical, as genomic instability leads to uncontrolled cell proliferation (cancer), less efficient DNA repair (aging), transcription of undesired genes and non-coding RNAs (viral infection) and many other phenomena. In most known disorders, chromatin instability is at the basis of reduced fitness.
We are specifically looking for a candidate with background in cell biology who can work with us in identifying proteins regulating chromatin accessibility. Experience in proteomics or other -omics disciplines is also preferred. Our cell lab works with CelVivo technology, for which we are the United States Center of Excellence: https://celvivo.com/community/featured-friends/. We are also members of the Einstein Cancer Center, the Nathan Shock Center for Aging Biology and the Einstein-Rockefeller-CUNY Center for AIDS Research. Our community of scientists and doctors is where our technology plays a fundamental contribute to basic and health sciences.
Candidates should submit a short personal statement detailing their research interests and qualifications, and a CV (including a list of individuals who can provide references) by email to Simone Sidoli (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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