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Instructor Position - C. elegans | Washington University

St Louis, Missouri, An instructor position is available to employ C. elegans to identify and study the function of genes that cause rare diseases in humans, as a component of the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN). As part of a team effort with other researchers and clinicians, candidate disease gene-variants are identified, knocked into the worm ortholog by Cas9/CRISPR and phenotype assessed. The development of a follow-up independent research program from one or more of...

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Unique teaching/research Postdoc position in Evolutionary Genomics of Drosophila | Rutgers University

New Brunswick, New Jersey, A unique research/teaching postdoctoral position in evolutionary genomics is available in the Ellison Laboratory ( www.ellisonlab.website ) in the Department of Genetics at Rutgers University in collaboration with the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP; https://thegep.org), Dr. Cindy Arrigo (New Jersey City University), and Dr. Sarah Elgin (Washington University in St. Louis). The research portion of the position is funded by an NSF Research at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) award and involves studying...

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Multi Career-stage, Diversity Cluster Hire | Six Faculty Positions at UBC in Biological Resilience | University of British Columbia | Life Sciences Institute

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, The  Life Sciences Institute ’s (LSI) recent  designation as a Global Research Excellence Institute  at the  University of British Columbia  (UBC), prompted the launch of the  Biological Resilience Initiative .   This initiative   signals a moment of renewal, a push into the future, and a chance to change the lens by which we view health and disease. In 4 billion years of evolution, all living organisms and communities have developed...

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