If you are interested in joining the Menet Lab, please contact us at menet@bio.tamu.edu

 

 

Available Positions:

 

Postdoctoral Positions

Postdoc positions are currently available to study the molecular basis of circadian rhythmicity. We’re accepting applications from highly motivated candidates with a strong background and experience in molecular biology, biochemistry and the field of regulation of gene expression. A background in the circadian biology is a plus, but not required. Please send a brief statement of research interests and a CV with a list of three references to Jerome Menet.

 

Graduate students

Ph.D. Students must be enrolled in either the Graduate Program in Biology, Genetics, or Neuroscience. Prospective Graduate Students interested in the Menet Lab should contact us by email to find out whether or not we have space to accept new students. Visit our Lab Members page for links to our email addresses.

We are accepting rotations for the Fall 2014. If interested, contact Jerome Menet at menet@bio.tamu.edu.

 

Undergraduate students

We are currently accepting undergraduate students. If you are interested, please contact Jerome Menet at menet@bio.tamu.edu.

 

Staff positions

A Research Associate position is currently available. The position requires academic research experience in molecular biology and biochemistry (e.g., hands-on experience in cell & molecular biology techniques such as isolation and quantitation of DNA and RNA, PCR, RT-PCR, qPCR, molecular cloning and sequencing, immunoblotting and immunoprecipitation, cell culture, etc.), excellent communicative skills and ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines in a fast-paced and highly collaborative environment. Experience with small rodents is preferable, but not required. Candidates should send a C.V., names of three references and a statement of interest in the position to Jerome Menet.
 

Menet lab, BSBW 301, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX77843-3258

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