PhD and Postdoctoral opportunities in Non-Coding RNA and Cancer research
Are you an ambitious MSc or PhD student looking for a challenge at the forefront of genomics, computational biology and RNA therapeutics?
The Laboratory for Genomics of Long Noncoding RNAs and Disease (GOLD Lab) is hiring!
Based in the Conway Institute at University College Dublin (Ireland), we are an interdisciplinary team of passionate researchers dedicated to understanding the roles of long non-coding RNAs in healthy and diseased cells. We love to create new tools based on CRISPR-Cas genome editing and bioinformatics, and we participate in various international collaborations and consortia. We strive to foster a supportive, collaborative and successful lab community. For more information, see below.
We presently have opportunities at both PhD and Postdoc level, for experimental and computational projects. Candidates should have either a quantitative (computer science, bioinformatics, statistics) or experimental biology background (molecular biology, cancer biology). To apply, send your CV and a brief motivation message to Rory Johnson (email@example.com) with subject line “GOLD.recruitment”.