The Stukenberg lab at the University of Virginia seeks applicants for multiple Postdoctoral Research Associate or Senior Research Associate positions. The Stukenberg lab focuses on studying mechanisms of R-loops and chromosome segregation and their dysregulation in cancer. At least one Research Associate will focus on mechanisms to drive aneuploidy in breast Cancer using in silico, in vitro, and in vivo cancer models. Another will focus on R-loops' roles in controlling cohesin and higher order chromatin structure. Candidates are expected to have independent research projects formed and carried out under the direction of the PI.
The offer is addressed to scientists from Poland and Ukraine
For more information on the Stukenberg lab please visit: https://bmg.med.virginia.edu/faculty/faculty-research-interests/?facbio=1&id=26036
- Ph.D. or MD by the start date of the appointment,
- Preference will be given to applicants with published papers in peer-reviewed journals,
- Applicants with previous experience working with bioinformatics and Next Gen Seq-based molecular biology are highly encouraged to apply.