POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS

DEFINING THE ROLE OF HMGA CHROMATIN REMODELING PROTEINS IN NORMAL AND CANCER STEM CELLS

We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic post-doctoral fellows to join the research laboratory of Dr. Linda Resar. Our laboratory is funded by the NIH, Maryland Stem Cell Fund, and private foundations to study High Mobility Group A proteins in cancer, stem cells, and normal development.

The Resar laboratory is located in the Ross Research Building of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, with outstanding core facilities and equipment.

This position requires a PhD in a relevant area with a strong interest in stem cell and cancer biology. Previous experience in molecular biology, tissue culture, and stem cells are highly desirable. Innate curiosity, drive, and the ability to work as part of a team are essential for this position.

Please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and forward 3 letters of reference to Dr. L. Resar:

lresar@jhmi.edu