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Position: Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution: Francis Crick Institute
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duties: A potential project is to understand the interplay between cell division and cell identity during human development, reprogramming and disease using hESC and organoid models. In this project, some of the specific aims include but are not limited to: To use genome editing technologies to perturb the cell cycle-cell identity cross-talk To measure cell cycle dynamics during cellular transitions by state-of-the-art live cell imaging To integrate sequencing (OMICS) and imaging data sets
Requirements: PhD in areas relevant to Cell, Molecular or Developmental Biology (or in the final stages of PhD submission); Passion for and track record in understanding Gene Regulation and fate decisions; Expertise in sequencing/OMICS approaches (any, including, RNAseq, ATACseq, ChIPseq); Good knowledge of genome editing approaches; Extensive expertise with cell culture
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