Postdoc Position – Nuclear Organization, Gene Regulation and Mouse Development, NIH – Bethesda, Washington DC area

Posted 12/27/2018

We are at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) at NIH. Our lab is interested in understanding cell lineage differentiation, gene regulation and how non-coding DNA elements and the 3D architecture of chromosomes contribute to these processes during early mouse development.

Learn more at pedrorochalab.org

What we offer:

  • Fully-funded postdoc positions up to five years including health benefits.
  • Opportunity to start your own research program or lead ongoing projects.

Who you are:

  • You share our enthusiasm for epigenetics, gene regulation, nuclear organization and mouse development.
  • You have PhD-experience in one or more of the following: mouse development, mouse genetics, epigenetics, massively-parallel sequencing techniques or computational biology.

Advantages of postdoctoral training at NIH

  • Fully-funded positions up to five years.
  • Large, diverse and extraordinary scientific network at the NIH/Bethesda campus. The NIH research community is unparalleled in its size, diversity and resources.
  • Possibility of living in a diverse, liberal and vibrant city: Washington DC
  • Or living in a calm residential area with great schools and good affordable housing, Bethesda and Rockville.
  • The NIH provides an invaluable resources for a wide array of postdoctoral training for career-growth.

Apply:

Send the following to gsrunit@gmail.com:

  • 2 paragraph cover letter explaining your scientific trajectory and why you would like to join us.
  • CV and email contacts for 3 references.
  • The NIH is dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and employment programs.
Last Updated 12/27/2018