Dr. Yarui Diao's lab in the Department of Cell Biology and the Regeneration Next Initiative at Duke University are seeking the highly motivated talents with the keen interest in transcriptional regulatory circuits in stem cell homeostasis and tumorigenesis. We are a functional genomics lab with strong belief that biomedical research requires experimentation as well as computation, and we are committed to preparing the trainees to succeed as productive, rigorous, and independent investigators with balanced skill sets in both wet and dry labs. Using muscle stem cell and rhabdomyosarcoma, and glioblastoma as the model system, we work at the interface of genomics, cell biology, and bioengineering to employ integrative approaches, such as epigenome and 3D-genome analysis, single-cell genomics, high-throughput genome/epigenome engineering, bioinformatics, human organoid, mouse and Tissue-on-Chip models, for understanding biology and treating complex disorders related to tissue regeneration, aging, and cancer. For more details, please visit research directions.
Candidates with diverse training experience are welcome to apply, and we are especially excited about the individuals with experience in:
1. Gene regulation, genome editing, single-cell genomics.
2. Bioinformatics, statistics, computational biology.
3. Stem cell, human organoid, Tissue-on-Chip and mouse model.
To apply, please send the CV with contacts of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please visit: diaolab.org