NIH funded postdoc position is available to study molecular and cellular mechanisms of eye and lens growth during development and molecular genetics of cataract formation and cataract prevention by utilizing state of the art molecular biological tools and advanced in vivo imaging tools. The position will work in the Gong laboratory at the University of California at Berkeley in collaboration with the Shen lab at UCSF using functional genomics tools to study gene regulation. Applicants with newly awarded PhD in molecular and cell biology or biochemistry and prior experience in mouse model are preferred. Interested candidates please send CV, cover letter with research interests, and names of three references to Dr. Gong: firstname.lastname@example.org and Dr. Shen: Yin.Shen@ucsf.edu and c/co Dr. Xia: email@example.com.
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