|Position ID:||Duke-Department of Chemistry-POSTDOCRNA [#8788]|
|Position Title:||Postdoctoral Position in RNA Biochemistry and Targeting|
|Position Location:||Durham, North Carolina 27708, United States [map]|
|Subject Areas:||Chemistry / biological, Chemical biology, Chemistry and Life Sciences, Biochemistry|
Biology / Molecular/Cell Biology
Biochemistry / Molecular Analyses, Cell Biology
|Appl Deadline:||(posted 2017/01/09)|
|The Hargrove Lab is searching for a postdoc interested in exploring RNA as a therapeutic target. Funded projects include targeting long noncoding RNAs and alternatively spliced mRNAs that impact prostate cancer progression. Ideal candidates will have experience in RNA biochemistry and be familiar with molecular RNA experimental techniques.
The Hargrove Lab is broadly interested in the molecular recognition of RNA, including by proteins, nucleic acids, and small drug-like molecules. Current lab members benefit from a range of chemical and biological backgrounds, and collaboration both within and outside of the laboratory is recognized as a key component of success. This position is an excellent opportunity for enthusiastic, creative, and motivated researchers seeking interdisciplinary training in a rapidly expanding field.
For more information about the Hargrove Lab and list of recent publications, applicants are encouraged to see our webpage: https://chem.duke.edu/labs/hargrove
Degree requirements: PhD by July 1, 2017
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning Feb 1.|
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