Postdoctoral position in New York City: microRNA degradation

Posted on March 20,

The Kleaveland Lab (www.kleavelandlab.org) at Weill-Cornell Medicine in New York City seeks an enthusiastic, thoughtful scientist to join our growing team. We are passionate about uncovering the roles of regulatory RNAs in brain development and disease and are currently hiring a postdoctoral researcher to investigate when and how microRNAs are degraded in the brain. If you are naturally curious and enjoy working in a creative and collaborative environment, we would love to work with you! Please visit the lab website for more information about our research.

Job requirements:

Applicants should have received (or be in the final stages of obtaining) a doctoral degree and must have a demonstrated publication track record. We value kindness, grit, and diversity—women and minorities are specifically encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will have extensive lab experience with molecular biology, cell biology, computational biology, and/or biochemistry skills. Expertise in any of the following areas is valued though not required: RNA biology, molecular neuroscience, and mouse models.

Contact:

Interested applicantsshould send their CV, contact information for 3 references, and a cover letter that includes research interests and career goals to:

Ben Kleaveland, MD/PhD
Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Pathology and Lab Medicine
bek9059(at)med(dot)cornell(dot)edu