Postdoctoral Position: mechanisms of DNA damage response and telomere maintenance

oral position will be open to study the link between DNA damage checkpoint response, telomere control and cell senescence at the International Center of Public Health (ICPH), Rutgers University. Candidates must have strong backgrounds in molecular biology and biochemistry and have a desire to explore fundamental problems of biology. Our group is mainly using yeast cells but at the stage of expansion to the related research field using mammalian cells as well as yeast cells. References: Science 294:867, 2001; Genes & Dev 17: 1957, 2003; Nature 424:1078, 2003; Current Biology16:586, 2006; Mol. Biol. Cell 18:2026, 2007; Molecular Cell 33:312, 2009, Mol. Cell Biol 31: 1959, 2011; Mol. Biol. Cell 23:347, 2012. Plos Genetics e1004136, 2014. The ICPH building is located in close proximity to New York City. Many scientific and educational opportunities are available in the NY metropolitan area, as well as cultural, entertainment, outdoor and sports activities. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae with contact information for three references (name, address, phone and e-mail) by email to: Dr. Katsunori Sugimoto (nori.sugimoto@rutgers.edu). Published by:荒木 弘之 E:Mail: (hiaraki@lab.nig.ac.jp) CONTACT:Katsunori Sugimoto E:Mail: (nori.sugimoto@rutgers.edu)
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