Tulane Center for Aging Genomics Core is seeking a postdoc with a strong background in molecular genetics and molecular biology. The postdoc will be responsible for client-based projects involving Sanger sequencing, Illumina next-generation sequencing, quantitative PCR, scRNAseq, and spatial multi-omics. Tasks include troubleshooting and documentation of omics-based assays. Specifically, pre-planning of projects, DNA/RNA isolation, quality control, and documentation of the results to aid in publication. The postdoc will provide appropriate sample setup and preparation support and execution for investigators who are seeking answers to biologically important questions and will integrate with the Tulane Center for Aging Bioinformatics and Molecular Imaging Cores to provide a seamless pipeline for sequencing and bioinformatic analysis. The postdoc will also assess new technology in these areas as it develops, track reagent needs for the core, and suggest and make protocol improvements.The postdoc will also participate in academic research. The lab is focused on understanding the influence of aging on a wide range of phenotypes, as well as quantification of biological aging itself.
A qualified, successful candidate should be self-motivated and detail oriented with a strong background in molecular genetics, molecular biology and have clear oral and written communication skills. Preferred applicants would be willing to work with and guide students, generate publications, contribute to grants, and work in a team to help with the day-to-day operations of the lab. Preferred qualifications include prior publications and experience in functional genomics.MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Doctoral degree.
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