Job posting number: #7067153
Posted: June 23, 2020
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionA postdoctoral position is available immediately to study regulatory aspects of DNA replication and repair in human cells. We seek an outstanding and highly motivated individual to participate in a collaborative research team that studies mechanisms of replication stress response. The central areas of investigation include: 1) Mechanistic analysis of the factors regulating stalled fork protection. 2) Discovery and analysis of replication stress response proteins. 3) Elucidation of post translational modifications at damaged replication factories and its relevance in cancer models.
The Dungrawala lab utilizes a diverse array of approaches including but not limited to genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry and proteomics. Applicants with a recent Ph.D. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology with a strong working knowledge in mammalian cell systems are encouraged to apply.
Please send via email curriculum vitae, a statement why you are interested in our research group, and names of three references to Huzefa Dungrawala, Ph.D., Department of Cell, Microbiology and Molecular Biology; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed immediately.
Salary is commensurate with NIH guidelines.
University of South Florida is one of the leading research universities in the nation. As a Preeminent university, USF provides state-of-the-art facilities and includes researchers from diverse scientific backgrounds. The CMMB (Cell, Microbiology and Molecular Biology) department includes highly-trained faculty that study multiple aspects within research topics attributed to ‘Genome Integrity and Mechanisms of Aging’ and ‘Structural and Computational Biology’. The CMMB department is also in close proximity to Moffitt Cancer Center, USF Health and Center for Drug Discovery and Innovation. The city of Tampa is vibrant and family-friendly with affordable housing, and has sunny-skies round the year.