The Systems Biology and Chromatin Computation laboratory (PI: Greg Tucker-Kellogg) is seeking a highly motivated research fellow to advance an optogenetic platform we have developed for reversible activation of the TGF-β pathway. This platform provides a uniquely powerful approach to dissect the TGF-β signalling network in space and time. The work will be performed in various cancer cell lines and stem cell lines, integrating both experimental and computational approaches.Responsibilities: • Development of novel optogenetic cell lines • Design and analysis of experiments to test the precise spatiotemporal dynamics of pahway signaling • ChIP-seq and RNA seq experiments • Analysis of ChIP-seq and RNA-seq data • Liasing with clinical and scientific collaborators • Writing and presenting research progress • PhD in Life Sciences or a related field with at least three years of relevant research experience and training. Specific experience in confocal microscopy, lentivirus-based cell line manipulation, and systems biology are each a plus. • Experience in computational analysis of genomic data. • Demonstrated accomplishments and proven track record of driving research to high impact publication. • Strong interest in cancer biology and the quantitative understanding of signalling systems. • Strong team player with a commitment to a diverse and productive work environment. • Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills. Contact Details Prof Greg Tucker-Kellogg, (Email: email@example.com)
Full time Research Assistant
Job Description The Systems Biology and Chromatin Computation laboratory (PI: Greg Tucker-Kellogg) studies genomic regulation by signal transduction pathways and chromatin dynamics. We are seeking a research assistant for a variety of functions relevant to our research.
Job Title: Full time Research Assistant
Project Title: Novel integrated agrotechnologies, plant nutrients and microbials for improved production of green leafy vegetables in Singapore
We are looking for a research assistant who shows keen interest in working with plants. The candidate is required to work independently under the direction of the Research Fellow and PI. He/she will be required to take care of the plants under study and be actively involved in the growth assessments of these plants. Candidate should be able to work in the field. He/she will be required to collect data from the experiments and to conduct preliminary analyses of the data collected. The candidate will also be assisting in the procurement paperwork and provide other support for the research project as necessary.
Candidates with BSc (Honors) in Life Sciences or Biology or equivalent are welcome to apply. Candidates who are self-motivated and show keen interest in interdisciplinary research focusing on plant biology and horticulture are preferred. Prior experience in field work, strong analytical abilities with good writing skills would be advantageous.
A/Prof. LOH CS, Department of Biological Sciences, NUS (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Dr TAN Wee Kee, NUS Environmental Research Institute, National University of Singapore (Email: email@example.com) Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Dr Fumio Motegi Group: Assistant Research Officer
Dr Fumio Motegi Group (in Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory and Mechanobiology Institute) has an immediate vacancy for an Assistant Research Officer. The group is interested in understanding the mechanisms underlying cell fate decisions between somatic cells and germ cells with the C. elegans zygote as a model system. The successful candidate will support in the development of genome-editing methods of C. elegans, carry out routine molecular biology experiments, and maintain laboratory infrastructure. We welcome those enthusiastic to enjoy science in a dynamic research institute.
· MSc / BSc (Hon) in Biological Sciences/Biotechnology or related fields
· Enthusiastic and highly motivated person with good communication skills
· Some skills in cell biology, molecular biology, and genetics will be advantageous, but we will undertake to train those with little working experience in research labs
Salary and benefits are commensurable to educational qualifications and working experience of the candidates. Benefits include annual leave, medical and flexi-benefits, etc.
Interested individuals should send their application, including 1) a cover letter, 2) curriculum vitae and 3) name & address of two references to:
Fumio Motegi Ph. D.
Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory
1 Research Link, National University of Singapore
(Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified)
We are searching for the following researchers to join the Reef Ecology Lab to investigate the ecological and evolutionary history of corals in Singapore. Our objective is to further our understanding of the adaptation and resilience of coral reefs to environmental change using modern molecular genetic approaches.
Candidates with a keen interest in interdisciplinary research focusing on the ecology and evolution of marine species and populations are welcome to apply.
1. Research Fellow:
Candidate with a PhD degree and prior research experience in marine field research and molecular biology using next-generation sequencing tools (e.g. DNA hybridisation capture, RNA-seq, RAD-seq) is required. Rescue SCUBA diver preferred. Singapore Citizens and Singapore PRs are encouraged to apply.
2. Research Assistant:
Candidate with at least a BSc (Honours) degree and prior research experience in field research and molecular biology is preferred. Preferably with Class 3 driving licence and Rescue SCUBA diving licence. Only Singapore Citizens and Singapore PRs may apply.
These are full-time positions over two years, with possible extension. Remuneration will be commensurate with the candidates' qualifications and experience. Interested candidates should send their CVs to huangdanwei(AT)nus.edu.sg. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Search will continue until a suitable candidate is found for each position.
For more information about the Reef Ecology Lab, please visit http://coralreef.nus.edu.sg