A post-doctoral research position is available for highly motivated and team focused candidate to join an established project at the intersection of chromatin biology, genomics and cancer research. The candidate will span two labs exploring the role of chromatin and epigenetic modifiers in human biology and disease. We seek one candidate with specific expertise in (or a strong desire to learn) bioinformatics and computational biology involving large genomic data sets. This unique opportunity will allow the candidate to receive exposure and gain broad expertise in genetics, computational biology, chromatin biology and developmental therapeutics. For more information, visit Ian Davis’ and Brian Strahl’s lab pages and contact Ian Davis (ian_davis@med.unc.edu) for more information

Educational requirements

PhD in biological or biomedical sciences

Qualifications and Experience

Competitive applicants would be self-motivated and highly collaborative with a demonstrated track record of scientific accomplishment in graduate school. Candidates with experience in molecular biology and mammalian cell culture (position 1) and bioinformatics and computational approaches (position 2) is preferred. Send CV, along with the names of 2-3 references to ian_davis@med.unc.edu.