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Postdoctoral Associate | RNA Biology & Cancer
Postdoctoral Position – RNA Biology & CancerDr. Olga Anczuków, PhD, Associate Professor and Cancer Center Research Program Co-Leader The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, CT We are looking for talented postdoctoral candidates to investigate how misregulation of alternative RNA splicing contributes to human disease, with a specific focus on cancer. The positions are fully funded through two NIH grants, and awaiting the proper, enthusiastic applicant. Our research goals are to: i) define the molecular pathways that regulate splicing factors in normal and cancer cells, as well as during cell differentiation; ii) uncover causal splicing alterations in breast tumors; and iii) identify splicing factors and spliced isoforms whi


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