This position is for an enthusiastic and dedicated PhD student with a special interest for cancer research, gene regulation and non-coding RNAs. More specifically, you will work in an interdisciplinary team to discover and understand the function of lncRNAs in colorectal cancer. To tackle these challenges, state-of-the-art genome-wide approaches such as GROseq, HiC, RNAseq and ChIPseq as well as CRISPR technologies will be employed. The PhD student will have the opportunity to supervise students.
We are offering a position in the Laboratory for Experimental Oncology (LEXOR) within the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine at the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam. In this laboratory, a team of over 30 scientists studies the biological aspects of cancer. A wide array of techniques and systems are used to better understand the mechanisms driving tumor development, progression and resistance against therapy. In particular our group focuses on finding functional non-coding RNA regulatory molecules essential for cancer cell survival and tumorigenesis.
We offer you ample opportunity for development, deepening and broadening, additional training and a place to grow! Working at AMR means working in an inspiring and professional environment where development is encouraged in every respect.
For an overview of all our other terms of employment, see https://werkenbijamc.nl/arbeidsvoorwaarden-amr/.
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If you would like more information, please feel free to contact Nicolas Leveille (Post doc), via 020 56 64777 or email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you!
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