|Description & Details|
The Goldman lab at the Ohio State University in Columbus is seeking a Research Associate with experience in molecular biology and/or developmental biology to help manage the lab.
The Goldman Lab:
The Goldman lab focuses on gene regulatory and chromatin mechanisms that underlie or promote the ability of zebrafish heart muscle to regenerate. Our main techniques include genome editing, confocal imaging, genetics and genomics, analysis of chromatin structure, and purification of protein complexes.
Please see the recent manuscript: Goldman et al., 2017, Developmental Cell 40:392-404. PMID: 28245924
The PI is committed to the mentorship and long-term success of all lab members. We offer an exceptional training in zebrafish development and genetics as well as in cardiac biology. This presents an excellent opportunity for involvement in innovative science across molecular, cellular, and developmental biology using animal models to further the alleviation of human disease. Successful candidates will join a dynamic scientific environment within the Department of Biological Chemistry and Pharmacology at the Ohio State University.
How to Apply / Contact:
Interested candidates should email Dr. Aaron Goldman (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applicants should include a cover letter describing previous research experience and interest in the position and a CV. Three letters of reference should be available if requested. Informal inquiries and questions relating to the position should also be addressed to Dr. Aaron Goldman.