Postdoctoral position to study alternative splicing using single-molecule microscopy in Australia
Posted on June 24

The Weatheritt Lab at the Garvan Institute is seeking a talented postdoctoral scientist to work in collaboration with the Single Molecule Science (SMS) centre at UNSW Sydney. The candidate will investigate the impact of alternative splicing at the protein level using state-of-the-art imaging technologies. The ideal candidate would have a background in RNA biology, molecular biology and/or microscopy. The researcher will gain full training at SMS in single-molecule microscopy and/or in RNA biology and transcriptomic analysis from Weatheritt lab.

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 [email protected] by sending (i) a cover letter summarising research interests and accomplishments, (ii) a CV, and (iii) contact information for references. Start date is flexible. Visit lab page at https://weatheritt2.github.io/ and SMS page at https://sms.unsw.edu.au/