Postdoctoral Research Scientist

A position is available for a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Herranz Lab, which focuses on the characterization of oncogenic and tumor suppressor enhancer regions, as well as on the dissection of the interplay between metabolism and epigenetics in T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (T-ALL) using mouse models. Candidates must send a complete CV, cover letter and contact information for three references to dh710 *at* cinj.rutgers.edu.

Candidates must demonstrate an excellent track of early achievements (independent funding during her/his PhD and peer reviewed publications, among others). Candidates should have experience in biochemistry and molecular biology basic techniques. Moreover, candidates with previous experience working with mouse models, as well as with techniques such as ChIP, ChIP-seq, 4C-Seq, Capture-C and/or RNA-seq are encouraged to apply. Candidates with biocomputational skills are also welcome to apply.

The Herranz laboratory is a new laboratory (starting July 1st 2017) located at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey Rutgers (New Brunswick), only fifty minutes away from New York City metropolitan area. The group has access to cutting-edge technology and facilities and is exposed to the vibrant scientific community of Rutgers University, Princeton University and other research centers in the New York City area.

For more information about the position please contact Prof. Herranz at dh710 *at* cinj.rutgers.edu or through our Contact Us form online.

Graduate Student

A position is available for a Graduate Student at the Herranz Lab. Students admitted to the PhD and MSTP programs are invited to speak with Prof. Herranz regarding a potential rotation in our lab. Candidates should have some experience in biochemistry and molecular biology basic techniques. Moreover, candidates with previous experience working with mouse models, as well as with techniques such as ChIP, ChIP-seq, 4C-Seq, Capture-C and/or RNA-seq are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates with biocomputational skills are also welcome to apply.

Dr. Herranz looks forward to meeting the incomming class of graduate stuendts and invites others to join us during the Molecular Biosciences Graduate Orientation poster display and reception.

    Molecular Biosciences Graduate Orientation poster display and reception
    Thursday, August 31, 2017
    2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
    Life Sciences Bldg., Atrium, 145 Bevier Rd., Busch Campus

For more information about graduate training oppertunities please contact Prof. Herranz at dh710 *at* cinj.rutgers.edu or through our Contact Us form online.