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An early-stage Postdoctoral position for an extremely motivated and hardworking researcher to study the role of histone mutations and post-translational histone modifications in glioma and melanoma is available at the Hormel Institute, the University of Minnesota in Austin, MN in the Laboratory of Dr. Robinson. Our lab uses novel transgenic mouse and gene editing tools to expand our understanding of tumorigenesis and develop novel therapies for melanoma and glioma.
Knowledge, skills, abilities:
Please send your CV to Dr. James Robinson - Robinsoj@umn.edu