爱丁堡大学肾脏肿瘤研究博士后职位

日期:2015-01-11
The Hohenstein laboratory in The Roslin Institute University of Edinburgh studies the role of Wt1 ß-catenin and other signal transduction pathways in normal kidney development and Wilms’ tumours

The Hohenstein laboratory in The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, studies the role of Wt1, ß-catenin and other signal transduction pathways in normal kidney development and Wilms’ tumours. The generation and use of transgenic in vivo models is central in our work. We currently have a vacancy for a post-doctoral scientist on a Roslin Institute-funded position to study integration of signal transduction pathways via chromatin and epigenetic modifications in kidney development in wild-type and Wt1-mutant backgrounds.

We are looking for someone with a strong theoretical background in transcriptional regulation, practical experience in ChIP and other chromatin / epigenetic techniques and who can use these to analyse small samples coming from embryonic kidneys in our mouse models. Funding is available for a maximum of 3 years (depending on starting date) with further extension depending on future funding applications.

More information about the Hohenstein lab can be found at www.roslin.ed.ac.uk/peter-hohenstein or by contacting peter.hohenstein@roslin.ed.ac.uk.

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