Postdoctoral Fellowship – DNA Enzymes Division

New England Biolabs
Job Location
Ipswich, MA 01938
Job Description

The DNA Enzymes Division of New England Biolabs invites applicants for the position of Postdoctoral Fellow.  Projects will be a part of a research program on reverse transcriptase biochemistry and mechanism of action.   The applicant will characterize reverse transcriptases utilizing cutting-edge assays including RNA-seq. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Discovery and characterization of novel enzymes.

  • Publishing novel scientific work in peer-reviewed journals and presenting at scientific conferences.


Required Qualifications:

  • Recent Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular biology, genomics or related field.
  • Technical expertise in biochemistry and molecular biology techniques.
  • Effective scientific communication in both formal and informal settings.
  • Proven track record of publications in high-quality journals.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with high-throughput NGS sequencing and data analysis.
  • Familiarity with single cell genomics and transcriptomics is a plus.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Strong work ethic, emphasizing both efficiency and quality of work.
How to Apply
About Our Organization

New England Biolabs, Inc. (NEB) is a privately held biotechnology company with a worldwide reputation for providing quality reagents for the molecular biology market. NEB’s customers range from small academic laboratories to major research institutions to large industrial corporations. NEB has a strong research focus, and relies on the cooperative interaction of a motivated workforce for its success.  NEB is located in a beautiful estate setting, LEED certified building north of Boston.


New England Biolabs is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer of Minorities, Females, Disabled and Protected Veterans

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