A postdoctoral position is available immediately to work in the areas of DNA repair, chromatin dynamics, and the human genetic disease Fanconi anemia. The Howlett lab employs biochemical, genetic, genomic, and proteomic approaches to study the function and regulation of the Fanconi anemia DNA repair pathway. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join a dynamic research team. Experience in mammalian tissue culture and computational biology preferred. The biomedical research infrastructure at the University of Rhode Island is outstanding and the research environment is highly collaborative across a broad range of disciplines.
There is also flexibility in how this position is structured for those applicants interested in pursuing a combined teaching and research career and the University is committed to the advancement of teaching and learning practices.
The University of Rhode Island embraces a campus culture and community where you are welcomed, respected and valued for who you are.
A Ph.D. in cell and molecular biology or a related field.
Demonstrated strong record of publication in peer-reviewed journals.
Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups.
To apply, please email your CV/biosketch and a cover letter as a single pdf to:
Niall G. Howlett, Ph.D., Professor,
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology
University of Rhode Island