A subgroup of Dr. Ting Wang’s lab led by Dr. Daofeng Li in the Department of Genetics and The Edison Family Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology at Washington University School of Medicine is seeking a highly motivated Bioinformaticist to develop new data visualization techniques in the WashU Epigenome Browser platform.
This is a hybrid position with the flexibility of additional days on campus as needed for special projects. The Wang Lab is located is located in the Central West End of St. Louis, a vibrant neighborhood adjacent to major cultural institutions.
The Turner Lab is focused on the study of the genetics of neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism and 9p minus syndrome. The computational activities include analysis of genomics datasets including those from novel genomic technologies, software design, and acceleration of computational workflows.
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral candidate with previous training in any area of molecular biology, neuroscience, proteomics or genomics. We offer an excellent training environment in the lab and at WashU. This position will also provide outstanding opportunities to develop independent research projects at the intersection of translational neuroscience, epigenetics, and metabolism.
The laboratories of Dr. Jeff Milbrandt and Dr. Rob Mitra invite highly motivated candidates to apply for positions as joint postdoctoral fellows in the Department of Genetics and McDonnell Genome Institute at Washington University in St. Louis. These fellows will develop research programs in Personalized Medicine aimed at revealing the pathogenic mechanisms of disease-associated variants via monitoring phenotypic changes of genetically perturbed iPSC-derived neurons and glia. Our collaborative, multidisciplinary group studies the mechanistic basis of genetic abnormalities that result in neurodevelopmental, neuropsychiatric, or neurodegenerative disorders, with particular emphasis on the role of mitochondrial dysfunction and metabolic deficits in disease progression. To address these questions, we use a novel multi-omics approach that integrates high-throughput imaging and machine learning methods with CRISPR/Cas9 screens and saturation mutagenesis to answer central questions about the pathophysiology that results from genetic mutations in mitochondrial proteins, chromatin regulators, and metabolic enzymes. We interpret our experiments in the context of curated clinical phenotypes and validate key findings using banked patient samples. This opportunity requires the ability to visit St. Louis for potential interviews.
We’re looking for passionate, accomplished PhD scientists keen to take their research to the next level in one of the areas of our lab’s expertise. We offer competitive pay and benefits and a stimulating, collegial scientific environment optimal for academic, industry, or other career aspirations. Prospective postdocs should send Dr. Meers a CV with references, a brief explanation of their scientific/professional goals, and a description of how they envision a postdoc with our lab will help achieve them.
We are seeking a motivated scientist to join our team in the Dougherty Lab at Washington University! This position includes conducting rodent behavioral analysis for NIH-, foundation-, privately-, and university-funded projects. The primary responsibilities of this role include collecting behavioral data, conducting preliminary data quality analysis, maintaining experimental mouse lines, and molecular assays for genotype determination. Additional responsibilities and opportunities include statistical analysis and data interpretation, and assisting the team to bring new behavioral assays online.