We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher to work on our NIH-funded germline regeneration project in the marine annelid Platynereis dumerilii. The project involves live-imaging germline formation and regeneration in the embryonic, larval and juvenile stages of the worms using advanced microscopy. Some prior imaging experience (familiarity with one or more of the systems above) is preferable but not necessary. The successful candidate will get the necessary training in imaging. Familiarity with molecular cloning, RNA/DNA techniques is required. Experience with tissue transcriptomics or single cell RNAseq would be a plus. Please see the job post for more details.
We are a lab that supports diversity and inclusion! Candidates from minoritized backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.