Vacant postdoctoral fellowship in co-transcriptional processing
We are offering a postdoctoral position to a talented and highly motivated researcher interested in investigating how RNA-binding proteins regulate co-transcriptional processing.
The successful candidate will be employed in the newly established Gregersen Group at the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine (ICMM).
The group focuses on various aspects of co-transcriptional regulation primarily mediated by RNA-binding proteins.
We use a wide range of experimental approaches including cell biology, next-generation sequencing (RNA-seq, TTchem-seq, mNET-seq, ChIP-seq, CLIP etc.) as well as molecular biology techniques (western blots, immunoprecipitations, peptide pull-outs and proteomics) to decipher the molecular mechanisms of factors involved in co-transcriptional regulation and the composition of transcription complexes in human cells.
The Gregersen group represents cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and training, and will be located within the ICMM in the Panum Institute. We will have access to state-of-the-art facilities for cell engineering, next-generation sequencing, flow cytometry, and mass spectrometry.
The employment as postdoctoral researcher is a full time and fixed-term position for 3 years with the possibility of extension. Starting date is 1 March 2021 or after agreement.
Application deadline: 7 December 2020