We are looking for motivated, enthusiastic and talented people to join our lab. Currently there are open positions for:
Please, email Prof. Alexandra Zidovska to discuss possibilities.
Prospective graduate students please check NYU Physics admission guidelines here. If you are already a graduate student at NYU, please, email Prof. Alexandra Zidovska.
Prospective postdocs please see the ad below.
Postdoctoral Associate Position in Experimental Biophysics and Soft Matter Physics at NYU Center for Soft Matter Research The Zidovska Lab at the Center for Soft Matter Research in the Physics Dept. at New York University invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral associate position. The Zidovska Lab is a cell biophysics lab focusing on the physics of the genome and the cell nucleus. We use experimental, analytical and computational approaches from biophysics, polymer physics and soft condensed matter physics to reveal the physical principles governing behavior of the genome in live cells. Examples of our experimental tools include high-resolution optical microscopy, small angle X-ray scattering and genome editing. We seek candidates who are interested in studying physical aspects of the genome such as non-equilibrium organization, dynamics, rheology, emergent phenomena, phase separations, hydrodynamics and functional liquid condensates in the cell nucleus. Experience in soft matter or biophysics experiments strongly recommended. Please, send inquiries to Prof. Alexandra Zidovska and submit your application including your CV, a brief summary of your dissertation, one sample publication and names of two references via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/120318.
Free AI Website Software