A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Rose-Anne Romano to study transcriptional and epigenomic control mechanisms that dictate oral epithelial development and differentiation during normal, diseased and regenerative states. The lab is located in the Department of Oral Biology at the south campus with access to cutting-edge resources and core facilities. The lab currently utilizes biochemical, genetic, and bioinformatics tools to investigate mechanisms of normal development and pathological conditions that afflict tissues of the oral.
The candidate must hold a PhD, DDS or MD degree. Experience in molecular biology is highly desirable
General experience in molecular biology techniques and mouse handling. Excellent analytical, organizational and communication skills. Bioinformatics expertise.