The Bell lab is looking for postdocs to work on genomic, molecular and/or neural mechanisms of paternal care in threespine sticklebacks. Candidates with experience in single cell transcriptomics, brain injections, functional manipulations, and/or viral-mediated delivery of transgenic constructs are especially encouraged to apply. A strong background in neurobiology, molecular biology, genomics, behavioral ecology and/or evolution is preferred.
Successful candidates will have a PhD, a strong track record of publications in internationally peer-reviewed scientific journals and a willingness to work in a collaborative environment.
Start date is flexible. Review of applications will begin April 15. Interested applicants should send a CV, 2-3 relevant publications, contact information for three references and a brief, one page research statement of interests related to ongoing work in the Bell lab to firstname.lastname@example.org with Postdoc search: <<YOUR NAME>> in the subject line. To learn more about work in the Bell lab, see https://alisonbelllab.web.illinois.edu
The Bell lab is committed to broadening participation in STEM and is looking for people who share that vision and who are committed to diversifying science.