Exciting postdoctoral positions are available in the Solecki lab at St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital for talented and highly motivated individuals interested in understanding the cell biology of neuronal polarity or the regulation of nuclear architecture during neuronal differentiation.
The Solecki Lab takes a multidisciplinary approach via cutting-edge imaging technologies (like Lattice Light Sheet, super-resolution and live-cell imaging techniques) and computational approaches to quantitatively analyze the molecular and cellular mechanisms controlling neuronal differentiation, migration and polarization.
This position is an ideal opportunity for either: (1) a molecular biologist versed in techniques to study transcription control (ChIP, RNAseq) that would like learn to use quantitative light microscopy to understand the cell biology of nuclear structure changes during neuronal differentiation, or (2) a cell biologist well versed in quantitative light microscopy whom would like to expand his or her research topic into neuronal cell biology or tissue morphogenesis.
To apply for this position, send a C.V., Letter of Interest, Description of Research Interests/Career Aspirations and the contact information of 3 referees to:
David J. Solecki, PhD
Department of Developmental Neurobiology
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105, USA