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Working in the Lab

We are recruiting!!!

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

We are looking for a highly-motivated post-doctoral research fellow to lead NIH-funded research projects aimed to decipher epigenetic regulation and gene regulatory network governing embryonic limb development and pathogenesis of joint diseases. The applicant must have a PhD or MD/PhD in genetics, biology, biomedical engineering/bioengineering or related fields. The successful candidate must have solid experience in gene editing using CRISPR-Cas9 system; gene cloning; viral vector preparation and production as well as viral transduction of cells. Expertise in RNA-sequencing, bioinformatics, and knowledge of programing as well as animal handling will be preferable and advantageous but not required. Training for sequencing techniques, bioinformatic analysis and animal models (rodents) will be provided in the Wu lab. Detailed information about job description can be found here.

Graduate Students

We are looking for highly motivated graduate students who are interested in conducting research in the area of embryonic tissue development, tissue engineering, next-generation sequencing technology, and bioinformatics. Graduate Students with backgrounds in Genetics, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Pathology, Bioinformatics, Biology or related fields who are interested in our lab should contact Dr. Wu for lab positions and provide your CV.

Undergraduate Students

UR undergraduate students interested in gaining research experience in the lab should contact Dr. Wu before each semester and provide your CV.

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