The Iovino lab is part of the Chromatin Regulation department. It focuses on understanding the epigenetic events contributing to the formation of functional gametes and the establishment of the zygotic epigenome upon fertilization. We are looking for a skilled mouse embryologist with expertise in mouse germline and early embryo. The successful candidate will have the excellent opportunity to collaborate within the group and translate in mouse our recent finding in Drosophila (Zenk, et al. Science 2017).
We are looking for a motivated team player with strong communication skills and the desire to work in a dynamic environment. The successful applicant will have proven experience with early mouse embryology and germline. Applicants should have an academic degree plus a Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree in any area of Biology. Experience with molecular techniques is required and knowledge of genomics, proteomics is desired. Candidates should have a good publication record and a very good command of English.