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Postdoctoral Research Associate position in the Department of Ecology
and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University, with focus of DNA
Recombination, Rearrangement, Epigenetics and non-coding RNAs

Professor Laura Landweber seeks postdoctoral research associate to
study the mechanism of scrambled gene and genome rearrangements in
ciliates, particularly the role of non-coding RNAs or epigenetic
factors, using experimental or bioinformatic research tools or both.

Requirements:  PhD in molecular biology or relevant field. Strong
experimental or computational training, experience, and publications
from the Ph.D., ability to work independently and creatively, and
strong research and written/oral communication skills are necessary.

For more information about the lab, see
and recent publications, such as Nature 2008, v451, p153 or Science
2009, v324, p935.

This is a one-year initial appointment with the possibility of
renewal. Apply online at  Search for
Requisition #0900307 and include a letter, CV, statement of research
interest and email addresses of three references. Application review
will begin immediately; start date is flexible.

Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and complies
with applicable EEO and affirmative action regulations.  For
information about applying to Princeton and voluntarily
self-identifying, please link to


    Laura F. Landweber,  Professor
    Ecology & Evolutionary Biology,  223 Guyot Hall
    Princeton University, Princeton, NJ  08544-1003
    tel 609-258-1947    *    fax 609-258-7892    *    [log in to unmask]