Postdoctoral positions are currently available to study the role of MondoA in growth, survival, and intracellular energy sensing. Positions are also available to study the molecular architecture and regulation of the mSin3A-HDAC corepressor complex. The lab is typically well funded, so it is not an absolute requirement that candidates come to the lab with funding in place. However, new fellows are expected to apply for government and/or private fellowships after being in the lab for 6–12 months.
Interested applicants should send the following:
1) An up-to-date curriculum vitae.
2) Names and contact information for 2 or 3 persons who can serve as personal and professional references.
3) A cover letter that explains your goals for your postdoctoral training, and specifics about how you think your goals fit into the overall theme of our work.
4. Copies of publications that emanated from your graduate work (preprints are fine).
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