Company:  Confidential

Job Title: Unleash Your Full Potential: Postdoctoral Position in RNA Biology

Job Number: 64546

Location: Raleigh, US

Job Description

Who You Are:

You’re an emerging scientist, seeking recognition and driven to master new skills in the fields of mammalian reproduction or RNA biology. You envision a world where your research improves public health and establishes you as a respected figure in your field. You crave an environment that values your contributions, respects your time, and nurtures your aspirations.

Our lab at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) strives to elevate dedicated researchers to accomplished scientists, driving impactful healthcare research. We understand the challenges researchers face: the isolation felt after investing years in a project or the mounting frustrations from tasks that deviate from core passions. But with us, it doesn’t have to be that way. My publications in top-tier journals stand as a testament to our lab’s commitment to excellence. Notably, most postdocs in our laboratory achieve high-quality lead author publications within their first three years.

Our lab’s mission is to decipher the intricate mechanisms governing cell differentiation. As part of our team, you’ll spearhead research into the post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression, focusing on RNA modifications in the mammalian germline. Dive deep into characterizing new mouse models and craft state-of-the-art sequencing protocols. Your expertise in RNA modifications will offer insights into physiological processes, significantly augmenting the field of epitranscriptomics.

For a deeper understanding of our dedication and achievements in RNA and reproductive biology, please visit our website

Our Commitment to You:

– Engage deeply with captivating projects in reproduction and RNA biology.

– Enjoy consistent resources and funding, ensuring your research remains uninterrupted.

– Collaborate with a passionate group of researchers, each bringing diverse skills to the table.

– Benefit from personalized mentorship. As a junior faculty member, I am deeply involved in every project and have the core funding to ensure our research remains the primary focus, not administrative tasks.

How to Apply:

1. Prepare your updated CV.

2. Compose a cover letter detailing your past projects, current interests, and future aspirations, especially how they align with our lab’s research trajectory.

3. Email your CV and cover letter to [Please click the Apply button for the link or email].


We eagerly anticipate hearing from you.

Warm regards,

Marcos & Team

Application Deadline: 2023-10-31


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