We are currently looking for highly motivated postdoctoral fellows for the study of isoform usage in the mammalian brain & disease.
One position is geared towards the computational biology and the analysis of already generated complex datasets. The ideal candidate would have a background in computational/bioinformatic approaches in RNA biology. Exposure to neuroscience and wet-lab techniques are not required (cutting edge datasets are already generated), but knowledge and/or a strong interest in these fields would certainly be a plus.
A second position involves setting up wet-lab techniques to investigate RNA related processes; exposure to neuroscience and computational biology are not required but knowledge and/or a strong interest in these fields would certainly be a plus.
We are also looking for a highly motivated individual with experience in RNA molecular biology for the position of lab manager. We will regularly perform RNA-isolation, cDNA-production, (RT-)PCR, cell sorting and cutting-edge 3rd generation sequencing library prep. Exposure and interest in neuroscience and computational biology/data analysis would be a plus.
The lab is located at Weill Cornell Medical College on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in NYC.
Candidates should send their CVs to tilgnerLab@gmail.com and should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to
the same e-mail.