Post Doc - Equipe B. Keyes
Reference : IGBMC - Post doc BK
Publication de l'offre : 4 septembre 2017
Post doctoral position studying senescence in development and regeneration
A position for a Postdoctoral Fellow is available in the lab of Bill Keyes. The lab studies the processes of cellular senescence in development, regeneration and cancer. Previously, the group discovered roles for cellular senescence during embryonic development, and instructing cell plasticity and stemness in tissue regeneration and cancer. We are seeking a postdoctoral candidate to continue and develop these projects. As such, preference will be given to candidates with a proven record in developmental biology or with animal models of regeneration. These projects will involve the use of tissue culture and animal models coupled with high-throughput genomic analysis and molecular biology approaches.
For further information on the project and the work from the lab in general, see recent publications: Keyes et al, Cell Stem Cell, 2011, 8(2) 164-176; Doles et al, Genes & Development, 2012 26(19): 2144-53; Storer et al, Cell, 155(5), 1119–1130; Ritschka et al, Genes & Development, 2017 31(2):172-183
Ph.D or M.D./Ph.D. (already obtained or soon-to-be), with at least one first author publication.
Highly motivated person with strong interest in science research
Interactive person, with ability to work independently
Good communication skills, and fluency in English is required.
Previous experience in developmental biology will be heavily favored. Experience in molecular biology is desirable.
Particularités du poste
The candidate will join an international group of scientists, working on highly competitive topics. The candidate will benefit from access to a modern well-equipped laboratory, as well as access to the IGBMC’s renowned Core Facilities and support.
Starting date: January 15th, 2018
Salary: salary is available for one year, but additional funding is sought, and the candidate will be supported to apply for competitive external fellowships.
Deadline: October 1st, 2017
All applications must include a CV with a letter describing your motivation and research interests (past and present), and the contact information for 2-3 referees
Please submit your application to the following email addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org