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A laboratory in the Basic Sciences Division that uses developmental, genetic, cellular, and molecular approaches to look at different regulatory mechanisms and pathways required for proper Drosophila embryonic development is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to carry out an independent research project that involves developmental genetics, cell, and molecular biology.
A Ph.D. in a biological science and bench research experience are required, ideally in the techniques associated with studying regulatory mechanisms and pathways in developmental genetics and cell biology. To be successful in this position, the postdoc must have scientific curiosity and a high level of self-motivation with the goal of becoming a successful independent researcher. Must be able to work independently and as part of a larger team.
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