Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Cell Biology - Nuclear Envelope Budding
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Location: Seattle, Washington
Internal Number: 20077
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A postdoctoral position for a recent enthusiastic PhD graduate is available in the Parkhurst lab at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The Parkhurst lab uses multidisciplinary approaches to study dynamic cytoskeleton processes in the regulation of normal developmental events and when mis-regulated in diseases/cancer.
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoc candidate interested in investigating nuclear envelope budding/organization in the Drosophila model system.
The postdoc candidate will carry out independent research projects on the research area noted above and participate in lab meetings/journal clubs, as well as contribute to the smooth running of the lab. We are looking for candidates that can thrive in a fast paced environment, that value teamwork, that support diversity, and who are great communicators. Salary for this opportunity will be in line with the NIH pay scale.
Recent PhD degree in a related field
A strong foundation in molecular and cell biology
Candidates need to be highly motivated and well-organized individuals who think independently, but enjoy working as part of a dynamic and collaborative team
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent quantitative skills
Background and/or familiarity with Drosophila genetics desirable
A statement describing your commitment and contributions toward greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism in your career or that will be made through your work at Fred Hutch is requested of all finalists.
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