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A postdoctoral position is available in the research group of Dr. Jason Stewart at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Biological Sciences (http://stewartlab.weebly.com). Our research focuses on DNA replication and genome stability. We are particularly interested in elucidating how DNA replication is rescued following replication fork stalling in human cells, using a variety of biochemical, cell biology and molecular biology techniques.

Applicants should have a PhD in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology or related field and experience with biochemical, molecular biology and/or cell biology techniques. Previous experience with protein purification, protein-DNA binding studies, human cell culture and molecular cloning is strongly preferred. Strong writing and presentation skills are also required. Qualified candidates are expected to be self-motivated, independent and highly productive.

Those interested in applying for the position can send their CV with a list of publications, a description of past research experience and current interest and contact information for three references to jason.stewart@sc.edu.

The University of South Carolina is the flagship university for the state and is classified as a very high research activity institute. On campus, there are a variety of career development opportunities as well as a postdoctoral association. The university is centrally located in the midlands of South Carolina only a few hours drive from both the Atlantic coast and Appalachian Mountains in the southeastern United States. For additional information about the University of South Carolina and the area, please visit www.sc.edu and discoversouthcarolina.com….

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