We are actively searching for a postdoc to study RNA cotranscriptional folding! See our job posting here.
We are always seeking creative and enthusiastic postdoctoral researcher to lead our research efforts. To apply, email Julius (jblucks (at) northwestern (dot) edu) a cover letter and CV including names and contact information for three references.
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The Lucks Lab, based in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, is part of Northwestern’s Center for Synthetic Biology, one of the world’s leading centers for Synthetic Biology research, as well as the Chemistry of Life Processes Institute and the Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences Graduate Program.
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