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Open position for a doctoral researcher in the field of mitochondrial signalling in the Jackson laboratory at the University of Helsinki. The focus of the lab is to unravel fundamental signalling mechanisms controlling mitochondrial function with a particular focus on mitochondrial translation. We are looking for a highly motivated independent researcher with prime analytical skills driven by a passion for science. We expect you to formulate your own hypotheses, propose experimental design to address them, and take advantage of the laboratory and research community’s intellectual and skill resources to advance the knowledge of the field. The ideal candidate has an extensive background in standard molecular cell biological methods, ideally encompassing genetic and microscopic techniques and/or bioinformatics (analysis of large sequencing data). The position is fully funded for three years starting from August 2023. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is recruited. (25.5.2023)

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