The He lab in the Department of Molecular Biosciences at Northwestern seeks a highly motivated and talented postdoctoral fellow to work at the interfaces of cryo-EM, genomics, and gene regulation or DNA repair. Research in the lab is focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms by which large, multi-subunit complexes engage in DNA-centric processes using cryo-EM and other biophysical, biochemical and genomic approaches. We focus on two main topics: (1) how eukaryotic gene transcription is regulated at different stages, and (2) how various types of DNA damage are repaired and why deficiencies in these repair pathways lead to pathology of cancer predisposition or accelerated aging.
Candidates who have recently finished or will soon complete their PhD degree with a strong research track record are encouraged to apply. Candidates with expertise in one or more areas of biochemistry, biophysics or genomics are highly desired. While prior experience with cryo-EM, ChIP-seq or genome editing would be highly advantageous, we welcome researchers from all backgrounds. To apply or for more information, please send a resume/CV and a brief message describing your expertise and future interests, as well as the contact information of two to three references to email@example.com.
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