Be a part of an exciting and interdisciplinary research team! We are seeking a highly motivated Post-doctoral researcher. In this project, we hope to elucidate canonical versus non-canonical roles of RNA interference proteins during mouse early development, employing genome wide, molecular and cellular approaches using mouse Embryonic stem cells and their derivatives as a model system. The project will involve both in vivo and in vitro work, and will be performed the Prof Ciaudo group at ETH Zurich.
The ideal candidate should have an excellent academic record with a PhD degree in Biology. The candidate should also have a strong interest in both mammalian early development and RNA fields. We have an international working environment with highly energetic people. Proficiency in English is required.
Starting date: 3rd January 2018
Deadline for applications: 31st July 2017