Postdoctoral Fellow - CRISPR systems biology
Job posting number: #7076092
Posted: March 17, 2021
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionOne postdoctoral position in systems biology is available in the Hart Lab (hart-lab.org) at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. CRISPR has revolutionized human functional genomics by rendering our genome tractable, and the Hart Lab is pushing the state of the art in the design, assay, and integrated analysis of CRISPR tools for complex genetics. We are developing multiplex perturbation technologies with a wide variety of applications from basic functional genomics to finding novel chemotherapeutic targets and understanding how tumor cells adapt to targeted therapies. Because of this breadth, we maintain strong collaborations throughout MD Anderson, the Texas Medical Center, nationally, and internationally.
We are seeking a self-motivated candidate from looking to take the next step in his or her career at a world-class research institution. If you have a background or strong interest in quantitative systems biology, a compulsion to understand complex data, a desire to work in a hybrid wet/dry environment, and a drive to make your mark in one of the most exciting frontiers in biomedical research today, apply today! The Hart Lab offers a supportive and diverse team environment, and the chance to live and work in the fourth largest city in the nation. Interested candidates are encouraged to send a CV, a statement of research interests, contact information for three references, and any relevant publications to Traver Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line “Hart Lab Postdoc Application.”
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