A list of academic job postings related to the field of genome activation.
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Site last updated: May 18, 2023
|Position||PI name (with lab website link)||Institution||Location||Research Area - key words||How to apply||Other ways for people to find your lab||Other info||Date posting added|
|Lab Manager / Research Associate||Antonio Giraldez||Yale University School of Medicine||New Haven, Connecticut, USA||developmental biology, zebrafish, genomics, gene regulation||Job application link||Twitter: @GiraldezLab||March 28, 2023|
|Staff Scientist||Todd Macfarlan/Section on Mammal Development and Evolution||The National Institutes of Health, NICHD||Bethesda, Maryland, USA||Development, Evolution, Endogenous retroviruses, chromatin, meiotic recombination||Job application link||Twitter: @todd_macfarlan||March 28, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Edward Grow||University of Texas Southwestern Medical School||Dallas, Texas, USA||Embryonic genome activation, human preimplantation embryos, stem cell modeling, endogenous retrovirus, maternal effect, in vitro follicle culture, chromatin reprogramming||Grow Lab open positions||Twitter: @ControllingLMNT||March 28, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Shelby Blythe||Northwestern University||Evanston, Illinois, USA||Transcription, Chromatin, DNA Replication, Genomics, Quantitative Imaging||Blythe Lab open positions||March 28, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Yi Zhang||Harvard Medical School||Boston, Massachusetts, USA||MZT, ZGA, preimplantation, gastrulation, Ribo-map, epigenetics||Email Dr. Yi Zhang (email@example.com)||Dr. Zhang’s Google Scholar page||experience working with mouse embryos preferred||March 28, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Julia Zeitlinger||Stowers Institute for Medical Research||Kansas City, USA||Gene regulation during development, machine learning, single-cell genomics technology||Job application link||Twitter: @JuliaZeitlinger||This is a fully funded position, including benefits||March 28, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Jan Skotheim||Department of Biology, Stanford University||Stanford, California, USA||how cell size thresholds are generated in a variety of cellular contexts (yeast to human cells); how cellular properties and concentrations scale with cell size and how these concentration scalings impact cell physiology||To apply, please email Prof. Skotheim with a statement of interest and a CV.||Twitter: @JanSkotheim||March 28, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Jingyue (Ellie) Duan||Cornell University||Ithaca, NY, USA||Bovine ZGA, functional genomics, XCI, XCU, stem cell reprogramming||Email Dr. Yuan (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in any open positions||Twitter: @ellieduan||Training in molecular biology and genomics||April 24, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Sergio Ruiz Macias/Mammalian Development Unit||The National Institutes of Health||Bethesda, MD, USA||Embryonic Stem Cell Biology and early embryonic development||Send cover letter and CV via email to Dr. Ruiz Macias (email@example.com) if interested in studying the underlying molecular mechanisms that control totipotency and in exploring the role of new regulators of Zygotic Genome Activation||Twitter: @sruizmacias||Fully funded postdoc position up to five yeras. The applicant should have or about to have a PhD in Developmental Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology or similar, and must have demonstrated expertise in molecular biology/mammalian cell culture (preferably in embryonic stem cells). Knowledge in mouse embryology, single-cell RNAseq, chromatin architecture and/or next generation sequencing technologies is an advantage but not required.||May 4, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Melissa Harrison||University of Wisconsin-Madison||Madison, WI, USA||genomic reprogramming, pioneer factors, ZGA, Drosophila, genomics, imaging||E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with cover letter, CV and list of 3 references||Twitter: @harrisonflylab||May 18, 2023|
|Postdoctoral researcher||Theodora Koromila||University of Texas-Arlington||Arlington, TX, USA||gene regulation, cell development, chromatin accessibility, genomics||Koromila Lab open positions||Twitter: @t_koromila||May 18, 2023|