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Position: Research Associate in Genomics
Institution: Imperial College London
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duties: In the laboratory, you will plan and conduct cutting edge DNA replication research. In particular you will be in charge of high-resolution genomics (ChIP, ChIP-seq, ChIP-EXO/Cut&Run, synchronisation of human cells, bioinformatics analysis, RNAi, CRISPR) to address our overall biological questions. An interest in proteomics would be beneficial. You will have the freedom to steer the research direction, collaborate with team members, supervise students and benefit from dedicated 1: 1 and frequent ad-hoc meetings with the group head. Lab meetings, smaller subgroup meetings and related seminars (Biochemistry Club, Work-In-Progress Meetings, Institute-Wide Seminar Series and Happy Hours) provide a great frame work for knowledge exchange and project development. These innovative mechanistic studies will be carried out in a world-leading academic setting, in close collaboration with group members and external collaboration partners
Requirements: Hold a PhD (or equivalent) in Genetics or Biochemistry or a closely related discipline; A strong publication record (published or submitted); Extensive practical expertise in a broad range of techniques including ChIP, ChIP-seq (ideally ChIP-EXO/Cut&Tag) and library preparation; Expertise in bioinformatic analysis; Expertise in siRNA mediated knockdown and CRISPR to generate tagged protein cell lines; Background in the areas of nucleic acid-protein interactions, cell-cycle, chromatin biology, transcription, kinase regulation, molecular machines, or the broader area of genome stability
   
Text: Research Associate in Genomics In the laboratory, you will plan and conduct cutting edge DNA replication research. In particular you will be in charge of high-resolution genomics (ChIP, ChIP-seq, ChIP-EXO/Cut&Run, synchronisation of human cells, bioinformatics analysis, RNAi, CRISPR) to address our overall biological questions. An interest in proteomics would be beneficial. You will have the freedom to steer the research direction, collaborate with team members, supervise students and benefit from dedicated 1: 1 and frequent ad-hoc meetings with the group head. Lab meetings, smaller subgroup meetings and related seminars (Biochemistry Club, Work-In-Progress Meetings, Institute-Wide Seminar Series and Happy Hours) provide a great frame work for knowledge exchange and project development. These innovative mechanistic studies will be carried out in a world-leading academic setting, in close collaboration with group members and external collaboration partners Hold a PhD (or equivalent) in Genetics or Biochemistry or a closely related discipline; A strong publication record (published or submitted); Extensive practical expertise in a broad range of techniques including ChIP, ChIP-seq (ideally ChIP-EXO/Cut&Tag) and library preparation; Expertise in bioinformatic analysis; Expertise in siRNA mediated knockdown and CRISPR to generate tagged protein cell lines; Background in the areas of nucleic acid-protein interactions, cell-cycle, chromatin biology, transcription, kinase regulation, molecular machines, or the broader area of genome stability
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