We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher to study the molecular relationship between non-coding RNAs and the type I interferon response. The ideal candidate will be a molecular biologist with strong background in RNA biology and approaches to study RNA-protein interactions (RNA-IP, CLIP). Experience with next-generation sequencing analyses and experience with iPSC and hESC cell culture will be positively considered. The candidate will join a lab formed by two post-doctoral scientists, two PhD students and a technician. The candidate is expected to work independently but contribute with ideas and suggestions to the other members of the team. This is a 5-year position.
Candidates must submit a CV and a motivation letter to apply to this post.
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