A postdoctoral position in stem cell biology is available in the lab of Dr. Bruno Di Stefano (distefano-lab.com) at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. The successful candidate will work on molecular mechanisms underlying cell fate specification. The studies include stem cell culture, genome editing, RNA condensates, transgenic animals, single-cell multi-omics, and CRISPR screens.
We are seeking enthusiastic scientists interested in exploring a range of emergent questions in stem cell biology, RNA biology, and cancer. Ph.D. degree, adequate writing and presentation skills, and a track record of peer-reviewed publications are required. Experience in stem cell biology, molecular and cell biology techniques, mouse models, RNA biology, and genomics are desirable.
Recent relevant publications from the principal investigator include:
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