A Biochemistry research group with a long-standing interests in mechanisms underlying DNA replication, repair and mutagenesis seeks a candidate with demonstrated experience working in the general area of nucleic acid metabolism (DNA and/or RNA). The available position is focused on defining the role that protein-protein interactions play in regulating the coordinate actions of the replicative and various DNA damage tolerant DNA polymerases.
* Independently manage a research project that is focused on protein-protein interactions.
* Work collaboratively with graduate and undergraduate students.
* Design experiments and manage research
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