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At the Gennarino Lab, we tackle complex scientific questions as a team. We value curiosity, kindness, drive,
and giving credit where it is due.

The Gennarino Lab in the Department of Genetics and Development at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, where we have an amazing view of Manhattan. We are currently looking for two postdoctoral associates to carry out NIH-funded research to decipher: 1) the role of PUM1 in neurodevelopment and how different PUM1 mutations lead to very different phenotypes; 2) how the polyA machinery chooses the polyA site in different tissue contexts. The ideal candidate will have experience in cell biology, RNA biology, biochemistry, or neuroscience, and be confident working with mice. Candidates who plan to become a PI are encouraged to develop their own projects in addition.

If you are a postdoctoral candidate or a graduate student interested in rotating in the lab, please send the following materials to vag2138 [at]

1. Curriculum Vitae

2. Cover letter describing your background, the projects you would like to be involved in, and how you think you will contribute to the team

3. Names and email contacts for few references (not required for graduate students)


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