We are seeking a highly motivated individual with an interest in both basic and translational biomedical research, particularly in cancer epigenetics, to work as a Research Assistant I in the laboratory of Xiaofeng Wang, PhD. We welcome individuals with a Bachelor’s degree in basic molecular biology, biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, or computer science. Applicants should send a brief statement of research experience and/or interest along with their resume. Dr. Wang’s lab is interested in studying the function of a family of chromatic remodeling complexes, particularly the SWI/SNF (mBAF) complex, which is mutated in more than 20% of human cancers.
Research Assistant I
To set up and conduct a variety of laboratory tests and experiments in support of basic and translational biomedical research studies directed at cancer epigenetics by applying established methods, procedures, and techniques.