If you are a student in the MCB program interested in rotating in our lab, please email Bob Eisenman directly.
We have project ideas directed towards defining cooperative and antagonistic functions within the MYC network in normal and neoplastic growth. These include genetic and genomic analyses of network function and the potential roles of transcriptional "condensates" generated by network members in regulating gene expression. We are looking for motivated individuals who are interested in developing independent projects. To inquire about a possible postdoctoral position, please email your CV with the names and emails of three references to Bob Eisenman. Please include your past research accomplishments and specific areas that interest you.
We seek to ensure a diverse and supportive lab environment where the opinions and perspectives of all lab members are respected and valued. We believe an inclusive and safe environment promotes scientific creativity and progress and we strive to maintain this culture. In addition to promoting diversity on our campus, Fred Hutch has a number of resources for, and encourages, professional development and training.