Greg Kimmerer, Extraordinary Undergraduate, was awarded an Emory SURE fellowship to work in the lab over the summer. Greg is interested in how cis-elements participate in establishing vs. maintaining transcription factor recruitment. Good job, Greg!
On March 29th I’ll be giving a platform talk at the “Regulation of Gene Expression II/ Chromatin, Epigenetics and Genomics I” session. Hope to see you there!
You: A PhD/postdoctoral/post-postdoctoral level scientist who would rather be 100% in the lab than pursue the PI track. You have molecular biology and genetics experience, possibly even Drosophila experience. You enjoy mentoring and are highly organized.
Me: New PI who knows the value of strong support. I can guarantee a competitive salary and benefits for up to 4 years.
Position would begin summer, 2019 (flexible) and include laboratory organization/ordering, student mentoring, independent research and the opportunity to publish. Hours are flexible. Ideally this position would be long-term but depends on funding availability.
Please contact me through the submission form.
The Society for Developmental Biology annual meeting in Portland, OR
I'll be giving a short talk during the Monday morning session "Development and the Nucleus." My talk, titled "Dynamic identification of the dosage-compensated Drosophila male X-chromosome during early embryogenesis," showcases some of the precision genomic work I've done during my postdoc with Erica Larschan at Brown.
I am specifically seeking a postdoctoral researcher to begin in summer 2019 (start date flexible). Molecular biology experience is required, Drosophila experience a plus. Help shape my brand new lab from the ground-up and observe what it's like to be a new PI!
I am supportive of diverse career goals and a balanced lifestyle.
If interested, please contact me! Please include: 1. Why you are interested in joining my lab; 2. How your research interests align with mine; 3. Your relevant skills for joining a new lab.
I am excited to announce that I will open my lab in the Biology Department at Emory University in April 2019. If you are interested in joining me, I am seeking researchers at all levels! Please contact me.