The Al-Sady and El-Samad labs at the University of California, San Francisco UCSF are recruiting a postdoctoral fellow and research technician for a recently funded project (the Program in Breakthrough Biomedical Research).
We are interested to harness chromatin modifier parts from across evolution to engineer novel synthetic gene regulatory circuits. The platform for this work is the highly genetically tractable fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
We looking for a postdoctoral fellow and a research technician. We are most interested in candidates with a genetic, molecular genetic and synthetic biology background. The successful candidates will drive this research and examine, classify, and ultimately exploit, novel spatio-temporal behaviors of repressive chromatin domains.
Join an interdisciplinary team of chromatin biochemists, geneticists, systems and synthetic biologists across the two major UCSF campuses.
If you have questions or want to apply, write to
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