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A highly motivated postdoctoral research fellow is sought to carry out a research project in the field of Epigenetics and Molecular Biology. Recent postdocs or graduate students at the end of their training program, who are eligible for participation in NIH-funded training grants and fellowships, are especially encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate must have a recent PhD in a relevant biological field with a demonstrated track record of productive research and be able to work both independently and as part of a laboratory team. The candidate must also have a strong background in essential molecular and cellular biology techniques.