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A postdoctoral position is currently available in the laboratory of Carson Thoreen in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology at Yale School of Medicine. The laboratory is seeking to understand how the mTOR pathway, a master regulator of growth, controls the translation of mRNAs to direct growth-related physiology in normal and disease contexts. We employ a wide range of approaches that include deep-sequencing (eg. ribosome profiling), bioinformatic and classical biochemical strategies. Creative individuals with a PhD or MD, and preferably a strong background in biochemistry and/or cell biology and a quantitative bent, are encouraged to apply. Applicants should send a current CV to email@example.com.
The Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics at Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine seeks applicants for a faculty position in the field of non-coding RNA, RNA processing and RNA therapeutics. This position is for a scientist with a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. who is performing basic and translational research in this field. Applicants at any level will be considered and the level of appointment will be commensurate with credentials.
The faculty applicant will be expected to build/have and sustain an independent, externally funded research program, contribute to scholarship, graduate, and medical education and to the Translational Research mission developing in the Department and College. The Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics is developing a pre-clinical Translational Research Laboratory, which this faculty member will be affiliated with, and the applicant is expected to participate in the vigorous collaborative academic environment that exists between the Center, the Department and the Research Institutes at Loyola University Medical Center. A generous salary and research startup package are available. The successful applicant will become part of a growing interdisciplinary group with interest in non-coding RNA in disease and development/translation of RNA therapeutics.
Interested candidates should email a single PDF file which includes a cover letter, CV, statement of research interests, and contact information of four references (two within and two outside of your current institution) to firstname.lastname@example.org as well as apply online at www.careers.luc.edu. Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
A Postdoctoral Position Utilizing Systems Biology Approaches to Study the Impacts of RNA Regulators on Bacterial Fitness
A postdoctoral position utilizing systems biology approaches to study the impacts of RNA regulators on bacterial fitness is available for a collaborative project between the Meyer and van Opijnen labs at the Biology Department at Boston College. The position will start between Jan. 1 and June 1, 2016 and is fully NIH funded for 3 years; yearly contracts will be issued.
The Meyer lab focuses on computational identification and experimental validation of novel ncRNA regulators, as well as understanding the evolutionary forces on ncRNA evolution in bacterial systems. The van Opijnen lab focuses on the application of genome-wide strategies to determine how microbial pathogens deal with and overcome stressors in their environment, and on the development of novel strategies to study bacterial pathogens. The labs are equipped with state-of-the-art technology including a robotics system, two massively parallel sequencers and a single cell analysis system, which are used in experiments that include high-throughput screens, full genome sequencing, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq and Tn-seq. For more information on each lab visit: bioinformatics.bc.edu/meyerlab/ and www.vanopijnenlab.com.
The candidate will preferentially perform both computational and experimental work (including mouse experiments) that focus on the systems biology of ncRNA regulation.
• Ability to conduct collaborative research.
• Excellent English communication skills both in written and oral form.
• A PhD in molecular or micro- biology, computer science, bioinformatics, biochemistry, biophysics or related discipline. NB. A strong willingness and ability to learn is considered more important than experience in the topics studied by the labs.
• A track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals.
• Experience with mouse experiments, NGS-techniques, and or in statistical methods, programming languages (e.g. Python, Perl), mathematical modeling, and/or analysis of large-scale sequencing data, RNA biology of biochemistry, is a plus.
How to apply
Please send a cover letter, a letter describing your professional interests and ambitions, a curriculum vitae and contact information for at least two references to Dr. Meyer email@example.com. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
The college and department
Boston College is situated on a beautiful campus dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century and is closely located to downtown Boston and Cambridge. The Biology Department and the lab have strong ongoing collaborative efforts with surrounding institutes including Harvard, MIT, and Tufts University. The core faculty in the Biology Department conducts research in areas including HIV, SIV, Toxoplasma, the immune system, and microbial community structures.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position in RNA modification the Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute, University of Lethbridge, Canada
A postdoctoral research fellow position is available in the Kothe lab to study the function and the mechanism of RNA modification in eukaryotes. This research addresses fundamental as well as disease-relevant aspects of RNA modification integrating cellular and biochemical studies including transcriptomic approaches. Thereby, the potential candidate will elucidate the complex contribution of RNA modification to regulating and fine-tuning gene-expression at all levels.
This project is fully funded for 2-4 years by Alberta Innovates Technology Futures (flexible start date) and builds on the expertise in the Kothe lab in studying pseudouridine formation and translation. Techniques in the Kothe lab include protein/RNA functional studies, fluorescence spectroscopy, rapid kinetics, cellular studies, E. coli and yeast genetics, next-generation sequencing and molecular dynamics simulations among others.
Highly motivated researchers with a recent Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular biology, cellular biology or a similar discipline are encouraged to apply. It is expected that candidates will have proven their research accomplishments by peer-reviewed publications. Bioinformatics skills are highly desirable. Interested candidates should send a CV including at least three references, a motivation letter and 1-3 copies of their most significant publications by email to Dr. Ute Kothe (firstname.lastname@example.org). More information about the Kothe group can be found at http://scholar.ulethbridge.ca/kothe.
Research Fellow in RNA biology
Molecular, genomic and genetic characterisation of RNA-protein complexes
Fixed term for 3 years, Available from 1 January 2016
University Grade 7: £31,342
Closing Date: Tuesday 10 November 2015
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoc to study the molecular character of mRNPs and lncRNPs in Drosophila and mammalian tissue culture. The MRC funded project in Dr Julie Aspden’s research group will involve assessing translation in neuronal cells, using ribosome profiling and the biochemical purification and characterisation of RNA-protein complexes.
A PhD (or be close to completion) in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology or related discipline, together with a strong molecular research background is required. Practical experience working with RNA is essential, along with excellent communication skills, and evidence of a good publication track record. You will join an exciting new research group studying various aspects of post-transcriptional RNA biology.
Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Julie Aspden, tel +44 (0)113 343 9607, email email@example.com
More information about research ongoing in the Aspden laboratory can be found at http://www.fbs.leeds.ac.uk/staff/profile.php?un=fbsjas
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Postdoctoral position to investigate “RNA splicing and nervous system development” at the University of Evry (Paris area, France).
Applications are invited for a two year postdoctoral position in the laboratory SABNP/INSERM1204 (Head: Prof. David Pastre) located at the University of Evry (near Paris, France).
The research in the group led by Dr. Alexandre Maucuer aims at better understanding the mechanism of pre-mRNA splicing in mammals by combining molecular biology, high-throughput sequencing technologies, bioinformatics and cell biology. The successful applicant will uncover and study novel splicing regulatory factors, their implication in neuronal differentiation and relevance for neurodegerative diseases. Additional information online at http://sabnp.univ-evry.fr/?page_id=650&lang=en.
Context: The team recently moved to the University of Evry and is supported by a Genopole ATIGE program and INSERM fundings. The University of Evry offers a stimulating environment for RNA Biology research and the the team benefits from international collaborations. English is the commonly used language in the lab.
Qualifications : candidates should have a Ph.D. in biological sciences. Strong experience in molecular biology or bioinformatics is required. Candidates highly motivated, creative, excellent team players, and with a good track record with at least one publication as first author are expected. Candidates with no more than 3 years of research experience after their PhD will be favored.
Procedure: Send application (as a single pdf file) including a cover letter, CV, list of publications, and email address of at least two referees to alexandre.maucuer(at)inserm.fr.
Deadline for application : January 2016
Starting date : Early 2016
Salary : Competitive salary following the INSERM guidelines
A postdoctoral fellow position is available at the University of California, San Francisco (Mission Bay Campus). The candidate will investigate CRISPR-Cas biology and endogenous function in pathogenic microbes. The project will focus on the development of tools to probe the interactions between CRISPR-Cas systems and foreign genetic entities. Studies will involve a wide range of approaches including bioinformatics, molecular biology, microbial genetics, and proteomics.
The candidate should have recently received a Ph.D. in molecular biology, biochemistry or a related discipline. A successful candidate will be highly motivated and eager to develop and pursue a novel research program.
- A strong background in molecular biology/biochemistry
- A background of scientific accomplishment
- Evidence of oral and written communication skills
- Bioinformatics expertise
- Experience in RNA techniques
Applicants are asked to include a CV, a brief description of research interests, and an anticipated start date.
Requests should be addressed to:
The Wise lab in the Center for RNA Molecular Biology at Case Western Reserve University is inviting applications for a postdoctoral scientist to spearhead our efforts to understand the molecular basis of changes in RNA metabolism during the transition from proliferative growth to differentiation and at successive stages of meiosis in fission yeast. Previous work has uncovered two unusual regulatory strategies that come into play sequentially as this simple developmental program unfolds:
- Increased accumulation of early meiotic mRNAs driven by enhanced stability due to sequestration of an RNA binding protein that targets them for destruction in mitotic cells
- Increased accumulation of middle meiotic mRNAs driven by enhanced co-transcriptional processing mediated by a transcription factor regulated by the early mechanism
The project will utilize a combination of genome-wide and traditional molecular genetic approaches to dissect the cascade of events through which these interconnected regulatory strategies ensure proper temporal control of gene expression. The Center for RNA Molecular Biology provides a stimulating and highly interactive research environment in which trainees benefit from the high concentration of faculty, students and postdocs with relevant expertise.
The ideal candidate will hold a recently awarded Ph.D. in Molecular Biology or a related discipline and have laboratory experience working with RNA. A strong track record of self-directed research and excellent technical and communication skills are also essential. Expertise in bioinformatics and/or genetic manipulation is highly desirable. The position is available immediately at a salary commensurate with experience.
Interested individuals should send a cover letter including a description of research interests and career goals, as well as a detailed CV and the names of three references (with e-mail addresses and phone numbers) to Jo Ann Wise, preferably via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to study the evolution of RNA innovations. Research in the Hayden Lab at Boise State University is focused on understanding and applying the evolution of RNA molecules. We use combinations of in vitro and in vivo techniques along with high-throughput sequencing. The Hayden lab is seeking candidates to work on an NSF funded project that will investigate the evolution of innovations as it pertains to RNA structures and functions. The ideal candidate would have experience with RNA molecular biology/biochemistry, high-throughput sequencing, or both. The position is open immediately, but specific start time is flexible. The position is for one year, with an additional year pending performance. If you are interested in this position please email a cover letter, indicating your interest and qualifications for this position, along with your CV and contact information for three professional references to: email@example.com
Successful candidates will have the opportunity to:
• Design and carry out cutting edge research at the intersection of Evolutionary Biology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics
• Develop writing skills through preparation of grant proposals and scientific manuscripts
• Develop mentoring experience through the interaction with graduate student researchers in the lab
• Design a postdoctoral mentorship plan and advisory team tailor-made to your professional objectives
At a minimum you should have:
• PhD in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Computational Biology or related fields
• Demonstrated research success through peer reviewed publications
• ABD candidates will be considered
Preferentially, you will have:
• Experience with RNA biochemistry/molecular biology
• Experience with high-throughput sequencing
Boise State University, powered by creativity and innovation, stands uniquely positioned in the Northwest as a metropolitan research university of distinction. The Boise surroundings offer unparalleled natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities.
Postdoctoral positions are available in the newly established lab of Dr. Nathan Baird, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. The Baird lab combines emerging research in RNA biology with high-throughput chemical screening to advance RNA-targeted drug discovery. Additionally, research projects focus on structure-function analyses of novel RNA-ligand interactions.
Highly motivated candidates possessing skills in RNA biophysics/biochemistry or high-throughput screening are encouraged to apply. Additional skills in the analysis and management of large data sets, including a basic knowledge of computer scripting languages, are desirable though not required. Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. in biochemistry, biophysics, or chemical biology related to RNA.
Research in the Baird lab is supported by a Career Transition Award (K22) from NIH. Extensive opportunities for collaborative and innovative science are a hallmark of the Baird lab, including existing collaborations with groups at NIH and emerging collaborations with labs at local universities. Candidates are requested to send a statement of interest and contact information for 3 references to firstname.lastname@example.org
USciences is located in the University City District of Philadelphia close to a number of excellent neighboring universities, biotechnology companies, and large pharmaceutical companies.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of Oregon (chemistry.uoregon.edu; molbio.uoregon.edu) have an opening for a tenure-track biochemistry faculty member at the Assistant Professor level to begin in Fall 2016 or later.
The primary selection criteria will be the potential for establishing a vigorous independent research program addressing fundamental problems in molecular biology, and excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We will consider applicants working in all areas of molecular biology, including those using cutting-edge approaches to study the mechanisms of cell and genome function, including RNA and protein biochemistry. We seek candidates with a demonstrated commitment to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.
To assure full consideration, apply at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/6024 and upload a curriculum vitae, a statement of research plans and objectives, and a brief statement of teaching philosophy or interests. The candidate should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be uploaded directly by the recommenders via the preceding URL link by October 15, 2015. Review of application materials will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the ADA. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY – Genome Function Tenure Related Faculty Positions – All Levels
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Genome Function Tenure Related Faculty Positions – All Levels
The Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB) (www.molbio.uoregon.edu) at the University of Oregon announces three new tenure-track faculty positions (open rank) to expand in the area of genetics and epigenetics and form a Center for Genome Function. We are particularly interested in hiring faculty members using model systems to study fundamental problems in genetics, epigenetics, chromatin and RNA biology. This initiative is the first step in expanding our Institute, which includes faculty in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. We expect future expansions in other areas of molecular biology. Appointments may be made in any academic Department. Minimum qualifications are a Ph.D. in an appropriate field, commitment to excellent teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level, and an outstanding research record relating to genome function. Candidates should have the ability to work effectively with a diverse community.
Interested persons should apply online to the University of Oregon IMB SEARCH at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/6044. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae including a publication list, a statement of research accomplishments and future research plans, a description of teaching experience and philosophy, and three letters of recommendation. Submission of 1-3 selected reprints is encouraged. Applications and nominations will be accepted starting immediately, and will be reviewed as they come in. The positions will remain open until filled. Nominations, including for senior faculty, can be sent to GenomeFunction@nulluoregon.edu.
The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.
Postdoctoral position in RNA biology, to study Ribosome Biogenesis in human cells at the University of Brussels, Belgium
The Lafontaine Lab at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (U. Brussels http://www.ulb.ac.be/ulb/presentation/uk.html) is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to study ribosome biogenesis and the structure/function relationships in the nucleolus in human cells. The initial contract is for a period of two years.
What we do:
Our recent activities are summarized on the website www.LafontaineLab.com
• You are holding a PhD in life Sciences.
• You have a strong expertise in Molecular and Cell biology, and an excellent track record of publication in the field of RNA biology.
• You have a good background in bioinformatics.
• You have excellent verbal and written communications skills in English.
• You have a strong team spirit and excellent interpersonal skills.
• You are familiar with manipulating human cells.
• Applicants with experience in ribosome profiling analysis and / or CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing are strongly encouraged to apply.
• Your PhD was delivered less than six years ago.
• You have not resided, or carried out your main research activity, in Belgium for more than 24 months during the last 3 years.
• Belgian citizens are not eligible in this particular funding scheme.
How to apply:
Applications will be accepted immediately and candidates will be considered until the position is filled. To be considered, all applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae including a complete list of publications, a one-page summary of research accomplishments and interests, and the names and contact details of three references. A single PDF document should be sent to Prof Denis Lafontaine (email@example.com).
Keywords: RNA biology, Ribosome biogenesis and function, Nucleolus, cancer, biomarker, RNA modification, RNA processing, Ribosome profiling, CRISPR-Cas9, Belgium, Brussels, Gosselies
The Biopark Charleroi Brussels South campus (http://www.biopark.be/index-en.html) offers an attractive international research and study environment with approximately 600 scientists active in key areas of molecular life sciences and medicine. It is located ~50 km south of Brussels, next to the Charleroi International Airport (http://www.charleroi-airport.com/en/index.html).
Lafontaine DLJ. 2015. Noncoding RNAs in eukaryotic ribosome synthesis and function. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 22: 11-19.
Tafforeau L, Zorbas C, Langhendries JL, Mullineux ST, Stamatopoulou V, Mullier R, Wacheul L, Lafontaine DLJ. 2013. The complexity of human ribosome biogenesis revealed by systematic nucleolar screening of Pre-rRNA processing factors. Molecular cell 51: 539-551.
We have immediate openings for talented post-doctoral scholars in our new state-of-the-art laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) located in Galveston, Texas. Our laboratory is headed by co-Principal Investigators, Drs. Shelton Bradrick and Mariano Garcia-Blanco, who cooperatively mentor students and postdocs on projects in autoimmunity and RNA biology. We are particularly interested in the molecular interactions that control alternative RNA processing of gene products that regulate autoimmunity, e.g., IL7 receptor in multiple sclerosis.
We seek motivated, independent and creative scientists to join our active group of existing students and postdocs. Previous experience with tissue culture, molecular and biochemical techniques is desired. Postdoctoral scholars will be expected to regularly present their research and contribute to composition of manuscripts. Excellent oral and written communications skills are a plus. A PhD in microbiology, molecular genetics, biochemistry or related field is required for these positions.
Applications should include a cover letter, CV and contact information for at least 3 references. Please email application materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rich opportunities exist at UTMB for interactions and affiliations with centers of scientific excellence in structural biology and molecular biophysics, biodefense, molecular medicine, cancer biology, infectious diseases, environmental health, aging, and translational sciences (http://www.utmb.edu/centers). In addition to a highly collaborative environment, UTMB offers outstanding core services, including: next-generation sequencing, organic synthesis, optical microscopy, flow cytometry, protein expression and purification, molecular biology, solution biophysics, NMR, X-ray crystallography, cryo-electron microscopy, bioinformatics, and computational chemistry (see http://www.utmb.edu/core). Excellent opportunities for scientific interactions also exist through UTMB Health’s participation in the Gulf Coast Consortia and the Keck Center for Interdisciplinary Bioscience (http://www.gulfcoastconsortia.org).
We are seeking a highly motivated and independent postdoctoral fellow with significant and published experience in the area of bioinformatics. The position will be part of a bridging unit between the division of “RNA Biology & Cancer” at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg and the division of “Cancer Research” at the DKTK partner site at the University Hospital Freiburg – both headed by Dr. Sven Diederichs.
The core project of the postdoctoral fellow will be the integration of sequencing data from own as well as published sources to answer meaningful and fundamental questions in the area of cancer biology and gene regulation. We believe that the vast resources supplied by consortia like TCGA or ICGC (DNA-Seq, RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq) combined with important and specific questions and functional datasets will allow fundamentally new insights into the interaction and regulation of genes, RNAs and proteins in normal and malignant cells. Our focus will lie on lung cancer, but pipelines established for lung cancer can then also be exploited for pan-cancer analyses. The postdoctoral fellow will work independently in our group based on his or her expertise and in close collaboration with molecular biologists from the wet lab who will test hypotheses generated from bioinformatical analyses also experimentally. New projects within the focus area of the lab can also be developed and supported to allow the growth into scientific maturity and independence. Additional bioinformatics expertise is available through cooperation partners in Freiburg.
Applicants should be highly motivated and independent bioinformaticians to lead research projects on the molecular aberrations in lung cancer with creativity, ambition and team spirit. Experience in bioinformatical sequence analysis and integration is a prerequisite. The applicant should work efficiently, goal-oriented and accurate, have a deep interest in research and must be proficient in English. This fully funded position will be granted initially for two years with the possibility of extension. If you are interested, please submit your CV, publication list, university degrees, contact details for at least three references as well as a description of your bioinformatical experience by email to s.diederichs[at]dkfz.de.
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow with significant and published experience in the area of molecular biology and cancer research, ideally in RNA biology or lung cancer research. The position will be part of the new division of “Cancer Research” at the DKTK partner site in the University Hospital Freiburg.
The core project of the postdoctoral fellow will be the functional characterization of molecular aberrations in lung cancer involving but not limited to long non-coding RNAs. Research questions will include long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) and their regulation, cellular functions and molecular mechanisms as well as epigenetic and post-transcriptional mechanisms of gene regulation. We are convinced that the integration of genomic, transcriptomic and functional data will address fundamentally new questions about the interaction and regulation of genes, RNAs and proteins in normal and malignant cells. The current method spectrum of the group is centered around molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry with cell lines and primary patient samples as model systems but can be expanded. Jointly with the division head, new projects within the focus area of the lab can also be developed and supported to allow the growth into scientific maturity and independence.
Applicants should be highly motivated postdoctoral fellows to pursue and lead research projects on the molecular biology of lung cancer with creativity, ambition, independence and team spirit. Published experience in techniques of cellular and molecular biology, cancer research and / or biochemistry are required. The applicant should work efficiently, goal-oriented and accurate, have a deep interest in research and must be proficient in English. This fully funded position will be granted initially for two years with the possibility of extension. If you are interested, please submit your CV, publication list, university degrees, contact details for at least three references by email to s.diederichs[at]dkfz.de.
The Zheng lab studies the activity and function of post-transcriptional gene regulation in the nervous system. Current research projects investigate alternative splicing, nonsense-mediated mRNA decay and long non-coding RNA in the brain. For details please visit http://zhenglab.ucr.edu. Our lab is fully equipped with modern instruments for neurogenetics research and is housed in a newly-open research building. The position offers an amazing opportunity to continue training in neuroscience and RNA biology with an emphasis on neuronal cell and molecular biology, imaging, stem cells, mouse genetics, biochemistry, genomics, next generation sequencing and informatics approaches. Strong background in RNA biology, biochemistry, genomics, or computational biology is highly preferred. PhDs with expertise in next generation sequencing technology (CLIP-Seq and Ribo-Seq) and biochemistry are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is commensurate upon experience and qualifications.
University of California Riverside has a vibrant research environment and is the fastest growing campus of UC. Particular strengths on the campus include neurodevelopmental disorders, glial-neuronal interactions, genetics, epigenetics, genomics, bioinformatics, integrative immunology, cancer biology, microRNAs, vector biology, bioengineering and nanotechnology, and synthetic and analytical chemistry.
Riverside, with the amazing all-year-round weather of sunny Southern California, is a wonderful place to live, providing ample cultural and entertainment opportunities in a safe and comfortable community with very affordable housing and living expenses.
Please send CV, a description of research experience and interests, representative publications, and two or three references with contact information to Dr. Sika Zheng email@example.com as a single PDF file. We are especially interested in those who are energetic and highly motivated for career advancement. Please arrange recommendation letters sent separately to firstname.lastname@example.org.