Postdoctoral position to study the regulation and functions of localized RNAs (NCI/NIH, Bethesda, MD)

Posted on October 12,

A postdoctoral position to study the regulation and functional roles of localized RNAs in mammalian physiology is available in the Mili lab at the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. Our goal is to understand the molecular regulation of RNA transport and local translation; the functional consequences for the encoded protein and for the cell; and the disease associations of localized RNAs. We use a variety of approaches including single-molecule RNA imaging in fixed and live cells, bioengineering methods as well as 3D and in vivo models. For additional details, please visit our website. (https://ccr.cancer.gov/staff-directory/stavroula-mili).
The research program is funded by the NIH Intramural program and is supported by state-of-the-art facilities on the NIH campus.

Interested candidates must have received a Ph.D. degree in cell biology, biochemistry or related discipline, and be highly motivated to pursue and design innovative research directions.

Applications should include a CV, description of research interests and prior  accomplishments, contact information of at least 3 references and preferred start date. Please e-mail application materials to [email protected].

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