We have one open position for a lab manager for our Genomics lab. Please find detailed information and link to the application system (MyNetwork) following the link below. Application deadline is April 2nd 2018.
The available lab manager position concerns developing and applying novel genomic techniques to study how molecular heterogeneity (chromatin, RNA and protein expression) impacts cell-to-cell phenotypic heterogeneity in budding yeast and cancer cells. The candidate will train and assist lab members with molecular biology work such as cell culture, NGS library preparation, flow-cytometry and RNA/protein expression analysis. The candidate will collaborate with team members with inventory, orders and be responsible for the fair distribution of duties across team members. A successful candidate is expected to assist the group leader in issues such as: budget management, written reporting of laboratory activities and applications and long term planning of laboratory development. In addition to collaborate with other team members, the candidate will perform original research in genomics and lead his/her own projects regarding the development and improvement of novel genome-wide technologies. The candidate is expected to be self-driven and contribute his/her own ideas to the common goal of understanding how epigenetics, RNA biology and post-transcriptional regulation contributes to the appearance of differences across clonal populations of cells. The ideal candidate is expected to participate in the general duties of the team and to effectively communicate with scientists of very diverse backgrounds in a highly interdisciplinary and international environment.
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