We seek an outstanding postdoctoral applicant with a PhD degree in molecular/cell biology, computational biology, bioinformatics, life science, physiology, biology, or closely related field. Applicants are expected to have an excellent track record of research publications and a strong interest for pre-clinical and computational approaches. The ideal candidate is industrially oriented with excellent project management and interpersonal skills.
Our laboratory is focused on fibrosis and aging and investigates how changes in DNA and RNA modifications contribute to senescence-associated kidney and pulmonary fibrosis. Our laboratory is located in Norton Thoracic Institute, affiliated with Arizona State University located in the beautiful Phoenix. Compensations for successful candidates are highly competitive.
We utilize single cell genomics technologies such as sci-RNA seq, sc-ATAC seq,next generation sequencing platforms and data analysis, mouse surgery models and primary cell culture models relevant to chronic kidney and lung diseases with the goal of developing novel therapeutic strategies for precision medicine. Postdoctoral candidate will get a unique opportunity to be exposed to research techniques in the forefront of various fields.
Doctoral degree in in molecular/cell biology, computational biology, bioinformatics, life science, physiology, biology, or closely related field.
Bioinformatics analysis including: Next generation sequencing, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, genome assembly, bisulfite sequencing, multi-index demultiplexing is highly preferred.
Experience working with R or Python is required. Custom pipeline and algorithm development is preferred. Experience working with mice related to kidney, heart and lung injury is preferred but not required.
Experience working with standard laboratory techniques including Western blotting, RT-PCR, Immunofluorescence, primary kidney cell culture is highly preferred.
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