A fully funded postdoctoral position is available in Dr. Jordan Meier’s laboratory at the National Cancer Institute in Frederick. Our group develops new approaches to understand how metabolism influences epigenetic signaling in cancer. Current efforts in the group focus on 1) defining the genomic signaling functions of acyl-CoAs, 2) harnessing RNA modifying enzymes for therapeutic benefit, and 3) uncovering new signaling functions of oncometabolites. Projects in the lab are highly integrated and interdisciplinary in nature, combining chemistry, biochemistry, proteomics, and next-generation sequencing.
Candidates with a wide range of expertise will be considered but applicants with expertise in synthetic chemistry, nucleic acids research, molecular biology, and cell biology are especially encouraged to apply.
For more information see our group’s website and recent publications on Pubmed.
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