Two Postdoctoral Research Positions in the Bell-Pedersen Lab, Texas A&M University
The Bell-Pedersen lab at Texas A&M University seeks 2 postdocs to study the mechanisms of circadian clock control of mRNA translation and metabolism in Neurospora and/or mammalian cells. https://www.bellpedersenlab.com
Environment: We are in the Biology Department at Texas A&M (https://bio.tamu.edu) and are part of the interdisciplinary program of Genetics (https://genetics.tamu.edu), and the Center for Research on Biological Rhythms (https://clocks.tamu.edu). These programs bring together members of several departments from a variety of scientific and international backgrounds. The atmosphere is enthusiastic, collaborative and supportive. Texas A&M is Tier 1 research institution with expansive research facilities, and College Station is a small, friendly, low cost of living, university town located between Austin and Houston.
Requirements: PhD in Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology or related fields, and experience working independently. Expertise in genomics, bioinformatics, and/or computational biology is preferred. Applicants are expected to exhibit a desire to work collaboratively and help maintain a supportive environment in the lab.
Application: Applicants should send (1) a cover letter that includes their research interests and career goals and (2) a CV that includes the names, emails and phone numbers of at least two references to Deborah Bell-Pedersen (email@example.com). Applications will be reviewed as received. Please contact me if you have any questions