PhD student in gene regulation and chromatin architecture

Job Code:
10843
Department / Research Group:
Epigenetics and Sex Development
Name:
1 PhD student in gene regulation and chromatin architecture

We are currently looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic young researcher who wants to work on the study of 3D organization and regulation of mammalian genomes with a focus on sex development.


Description:

The experimental approach will combine high-throughput data, such as RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, ATAC-seq and Chromosome Conformation Capture techniques, as well as the generation and analysis of transgenic mice using CRISPR/Cas and BAC recombineering technologies.


Skills:

A successful candidate has an experimental background in molecular biology and/or functional genomics, and holds a Master’s degree or a similar qualification in Biology, Biochemistry or related fields. Previous experience with mammalian stem cells and knowledge of computational biology is an advantage.


Salary:
E 13 TVöD/Bund (50 % first year, 65 % afterwards)
Start Date:
01.11.2017
Limitation:

The initial appointment will be for 3 years with the possibility of extension. The position is available as of now but starting dates are negotiable.

Application period:
20.10.2017
Contact address:
Information contact:
Dr. Darío Lupiáñez (Dario.Lupianez@mdc-berlin.de) https://lupilab.wordpress.com/
More Info

T_tigkeitsbeschreibung_PhD.pdf

The MDC is an equal opportunity employer and supports gender equality.

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