Mechanobiology and Cancer Signaling – National University of Singapore – [PDF]

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Mechanobiology and Cancer Signaling, Center of Research Excellence in Mechanobiology

A post-doctoral position is available within the National University of Singapore for 3 years with a generous salary and benefits, starting immediately. We search for a highly motivated candidate who has a strong background in the analysis of gene transcription by CHIP assays, epigenetic signatures. An experience with the analysis and micro and/or long non-coding RNAs would be appreciated as well. The main focus of the grant-funded project is to characterize genes that are regulated by YAP and TAZ transcriptional co-factors.

Please send a short cover letter stating research experience and interests, curriculum vitae, and the names and addresses of 3 references to Marius Sudol, Ph.D. (email:
Preference will be given to PhDs who have just graduated or received their PhD degree in the past two years.