We are eager to recruit fun, motivated, and creative researchers. Our lab is highly interdisciplinary and we welcome researchers of all backgrounds who are interested in working at the interface of experiment and computation to tackle tough problems in RNA biology. Projects span from almost entirely experimental to entirely computational (and anywhere in between).

Positions are available at all levels on both the experimental and computational sides. Please email Tony at anthony.mustoe [at] bcm.edu for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!

Students: Rotations are available beginning January 2020 (Terms 3-5).

Postdocs: Ideal postdoc candidates should have a PhD in biochemistry, biophysics, bioinformatics, genetics, cell biology, or a related field, and have experience in some of the following areas: RNA biochemistry; chemical biology; high-throughput sequencing library preparation and analysis; computer programming; mammalian tissue culture; reporter assays. Please send a CV, including names and contact information for at least 3 references, as well as a brief cover letter describing your previous experience, general scientific interests, and career goals.

Technician & research associate jobs will be posted soon at jobs.bcm.edu