The position is available in the Bienko and Crosetto laboratories for Quantitative Biology and Technology (https://bienkocrosettolabs.org/). The Bienko lab explores the fundamental design principles that regulate how chromatin is organized in the eukaryotic nucleus in normal and disease conditions, and how the 3D chromosome structure influences gene expression. The Crosetto lab investigates the molecular basis of DNA fragility, trying to understand how the interplay between DNA replication and transcription is linked to the formation of DNA breaks genome-wide.
– PhD degree in biology or similar
– Minimum 5 years of advanced experience in molecular biology is required
– Thorough experience with microscopy techniques (good theoretical and practical knowledge in microscopy)
– Good computational skills
– Knowledge of Swedish
– Must be willing to work on adjusted schedule to support research needs