Postdoctoral Researcher to Develop Novel Single-Cell Genomics Technologies and Applications (Pachter Lab)
The Pachter Lab at Caltech is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to develop novel single-cell genomics technologies and applications. The postdoctoral researcher will interact on projects with other members of the Pachter Lab (http://pachterlab/github.io/group/) and will collaborate with other labs at Caltech. Specifically, the Pachter lab has been developing and deploying low-cost, high-throughput applications of single-cell RNA-sequencing including sample multiplexing, multi-modal scRNA-seq, and targeted sequencing. These are being applied to answer fundamental questions in neuroscience and cancer.
Preferred candidates will have a broad background in protein/nucleic acid biochemistry, fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry genomics, microfluidics, bioinformatics experience, and demonstrate an interest in developing novel experimental systems. Candidates should send Curriculum Vitae, list of publications, a brief statement of research interests, and names and contact details for three references, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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