Postdoctoral Fellows - virus, non-coding RNAs
virus, non-coding RNAs, microRNAs, circular RNAs
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The Viral Non-coding RNA Section is expanding and we are seeking to fill two new post-doctoral positions. We study the functions of viral microRNAs and circular RNAs in a tumorigenic virus in order to identify pathways instrumental to viral pathogenesis and potentially lead to discovery of novel antiviral and anti-tumor targets. Currently, we are studying the functional significance of a subset of these miRNA targets and circular RNAs. Some non-coding RNA functions of interest include: regulation of infection, immune evasion, cell cycle regulation, and apoptosis.
Candidates must have or plan to have a Ph.D. and/or M.D. with excellent communication skills and cell culture experience. Post-graduate degrees must be obtained in the last five years. Those with experience with RNAi are desirable.
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