The Weatheritt lab is looking for a highly motivated candidate to investigate the role of alternative splicing in regulating phase transition and higher-order complex formation. The goal of the study is to characterise the regulatory potential of alternative splicing in the proteome. We are seeking highly motivated scientists with strong RNA, microscopy and molecular biology experience.
This is an EMBL Australia funded position located at the Garvan Institute in Sydney, Australia. Applicants should have a recent PhD in molecular biology or relevant field and have demonstrated research productivity through publications. Interested applicants should apply to firstname.lastname@example.org by sending (i) a cover letter summarising research interests and accomplishments, (ii) a CV, and (iii) contact information for three references. Start date is flexible.