Engel Lab hiring Postdoctoral Fellow!
Postdoctoral Position available to investigate expression and epigenetic differences between males and females throughout development
First or Second Year Postdoctoral Position available to investigate epigenetic and gene expression differences between male and female mice across embryonic development and beyond. The Fels Institute is a prestigious research institute affiliated with the Temple University School of Medicine, with a strong focus in epigenetics. Temple University is in Philadelphia, a vibrant, diverse and safe city with a strong research community and multiple opportunities for cross-institutional collaboration.
Applicants must have a Ph.D., a background in epigenetics, and proficiency in a range of cell/developmental biology, molecular, immunological and genomic techniques, including experience in tissue culture, flow cytometry, DNA methylation analysis, microarrays, chromatin immunoprecipitation and DNA analysis software. Basic bioinformatic skills are also required. Experience with mice is preferred. Excellent oral and written English language skills are essential.
Candidate should be highly motivated, creative, with strong work ethic and ability to work independently as well as in collaborative research efforts. Applicants must have at least 2 first author publications from his/her PhD training. The position will be filled for one year with possible second year renewal.
Please submit application electronically with curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, and the names/phone numbers/emails of three people who can provide letters of reference to: Dr. Nora Engel, Fels Institute of Cancer Research and Molecular Biology, Temple School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.
- Engel Lab awarded NSF grant to study sex differences during embryonic development
- Review of Genomic Sexual Dimorphism published in Frontiers of Cell Dev. Biology
- Paper published in Biology of Sex Differences
- Engel Lab awarded R03 from NCI to study Beckwith-Wiedeman Syndrome
- BioEssays article in the news