Training Positions

The Cofund Fellowship Programme FP-DYNAMO-PARIS

is recruiting up to 13 post-doctoral researchers in these three main research themes:

i) RNA biology from bacteria to chloroplasts (including structural biology)
ii) membrane system dynamics
iii) computational modelling of molecular assemblies.

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Postdoctoral Position to study viral non-coding RNAs
at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York

The Pawlica lab in the Department of Microbiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to elucidate the functions of various small non-coding RNAs during coronaviral and herpesviral infections. We are using a combination of RNA biochemistry, bioinformatics and molecular virology to understand the RNA-centric virus-host interaction. The Pawlica lab is funded by a generous start-up package and R00 grant from NIH. The Department of Microbiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine is a leader in viral research and offers an inspiring and collaborative environment.

The successful candidate will have a research background in RNA biology demonstrated by publications in peer-reviewed journals. Additional desired skills include: programming and big data analysis, experience in viral culture (herpesviruses).

Underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, including contact information for three references, to: [email protected] 

Tenure Track

Assistant Professor in Biochemistry

University of Lethbridge, Alberta

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, is accepting applications for an Assistant Professor in Biochemistry. The successful candidate will join a vibrant RNA biology research community. The University of Lethbridge and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry are home to the Alberta RNA Research Institute (ARRTI), the Southern Alberta Genome Sciences Centre and the NSERC CREATE-funded RNA Innovation program, all of which focus on biochemical, genomic, computational, biophysical and bioengineering research approaches in the study of structure and function of RNA-based cellular systems.

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