A postdoctoral position is available in the Gerace laboratory for a highly motivated individual to study the role of nuclear envelope proteins in nuclear organization and functions. This project is a component of the NIH 4D nucleome initiative
The candidate must have a strong background in the use of cell and molecular biology techniques for analysis of protein function in mammalian cells. The person should be experienced in generation of mutant gene constructs, implementation of gene knockdown and knockout, and expression of ectopic proteins in mammalian cultured cells by lentiviral and other transduction methods. Experience with immunofluorescence microscopy and light microscope imaging is beneficial.
Interested candidates are asked to send their CV, a statement of research interests and career objectives, and a list of 3 references to Larry Gerace email@example.com.
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