Join the lab! We are actively looking for candidates for the following positions.
We seek self-motivated, productive investigators who are able to clearly communicate scientific results. We welcome applicants with either strong experimental or strong computational skills, or with experience in both. We especially encourage applications from individuals with experience in generation and/or analysis of functional genomics data (e.g. RNA-seq, ChIP-seq), molecular evolution, mouse handling and genetics, or siRNA/CRISPR screening. Applicants should have or expect to receive a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in biology or bioinformatics and should have at least one published first-author paper.
How to apply:
Email bluma.lesch (at) yale.edu with a current C.V., names of three references, and a cover letter indicating your background and interest in the lab.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working individual with a strong interest in molecular biology and genetics who wants to help build a newly-established lab. Primary responsibilities will include mouse colony maintenance and care, molecular biology experiments, and reagent preparation, as well as involvement in day-to-day lab activities and organization. This is an excellent opportunity for exceptional recent university graduates interested in going on to graduate or medical school and looking to gain laboratory and leadership experience. Prior experience in a molecular biology laboratory is required. Applicants should have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, and are asked to commit to the position for a minimum of two years.
How to apply:
Email bluma.lesch (at) yale.edu with a current C.V., names of three references, and a cover letter indicating your background and interest in the lab. If a recent graduate, also include a copy of your transcript.
Interested in working with us but don’t see a good match here? Contact us anyway! Additional trainee or technician positions may be available.