The Campbell Lab and Subramaniam Lab are looking for a joint post-doc who will combine the functional genomic expertise in Rasi's lab and the structural biology expertise in Melody's lab to uncover and characterize novel mechanisms of mRNA translation in human cells. This will be a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary project and we're looking for a candidate with strong biochemical experience who is excited about learning cryoEM and computational sequencing-based approaches for studying gene regulation.
Read more about Rasi's lab here: http://www.rasilab.org
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We are always looking to consider a postdoc who is excited about characterizing membrane protein receptors using cryoEM. Interested candidates with a PhD in biochemistry, biophysics, or cell biology should send a CV, a summary of their past and future research interests, and the names and contact information of three references to Melody.
We accept students from the Molecular & Cellular Biology (MCB) program (a partnership between the UW and Fred Hutch), as well as students from the Biological Physics, Structure, & Design (BPSD) program at the University of Washington.
If interested in joining, please contact Melody.