The National Institute of Standards and Technology (N.I.S.T.) is recruiting recent PhD’s. The laboratory is located near Washington, DC. Our research program focuses on characterizing the dynamics of gene regulatory networks in human iPSCs and in developing quantitative models that describe the pluripotency landscape.
We invite interested candidates to apply for Postdoctoral Research Fellowships available through the National Research Council (NRC). These research associateships are two-year appointments with an annual salary of $71,128 (U.S. citizenship is a requirement). These positions are highly competitive and attract outstanding candidates. Research challenges include:
gene editing (i.e. CRISPR-Cas9) to engineer iPSC lines with multiple fluorescent reporters
applying state-of-the-art live cell imaging and image analysis to follow gene expression dynamics in single cells
statistical analysis of time series data to infer gene network interactions
modeling pluripotency regulation
Experience with cell culture, quantitative imaging and image analysis, and/or mathematical modeling is a plus. These postdoc appointments are excellent opportunities for recent Ph.D. graduates who are seeking additional experience prior to accepting a permanent academic or industrial position. Historically, a number of these awardees have also become permanent employees at NIST. Next application deadline is February 1.
Begin the application process by sending your CV and cover letter to Michael Halter (email@example.com).
-Within 5 years of obtaining PhD in bioengineering, cell biology, or physical sciences
-PhD is not required at time of application, but is required before beginning Fellowship
About National Institute of Standards and Technology
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) mission is to promote innovation and industrial competitiveness. NIST was founded in 1901 and is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce.